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Artist Guillermo Trejo, Shenkman Arts Centre
Canada

http://trejoguillermo.com

Guillermo Trejo is originally from Mexico where he has exhibited widely. Guillermo studied at the National School of Painting, Sculpture and Etching in Mexico City, and is currently completing his MFA at the University of Ottawa. In addition to studying, Guillermo teaches printmaking at the Ottawa School of Art.

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