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curriculum vitae

1218 Johnson Drive, Naperville, IL  60540

630.696.0106 • mauri.forero@gmail.com • www.mforero.com


Workshops, & Education

2012. Lecturer- symposium on the importance of the Installation in Art,    Harold Washington College, Chicago, IL.

1983. Screen and printing residency, Oscar Echeberry Studio.

1982-1984. Freelance drawing workshop, Leo Burnett national advertising.


2018. School Catalogue, Anthony Overton Creative Grounds, group show.

2017. Commissioned work, FMC Natatorium, sponsored by Athletico, Inc.

2015. InSane: Art Trip into the World of Insanity, group show by TOCA, Chicago, IL.

2013. Lapsus Undone, group show with Chicago Art Institute faculty, Lake Forest College, IL.

2012. On Landscape: Green and Grey, solo exhibition, Harold Washington     College, Chicago, IL.

2012. Untitled, Extended: Art on Track, group exhibit, Hairpin Arts Center, Chicago, IL.

2012. Map of Memory and other works, PopUp Art in the Loop, Chicago.

2012. Builder and other works, Southside Hub of Production, U of Chicago, IL.

2012. Uncounted, solo exhibit, Podmajersky ShowPODS, Pilsen, Chicago.

1999. Votive Offerings, group exhibit, Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago, IL.

1995. Layers, solo exhibition, Magnolia Gallery, Fort Worth, TX.

1993. Parejas, group exhibit, El Taller Gallery, San Antonio, TX.

1982-1985. Various group shows, Garner Gallery, Bogota, Colombia.

Publications, Illustrations

2014. The Journey of Nico the Gray Whale, children’s book, Original Works.

2007. When My Dad Comes Home, children’s book, Pedestal Press.

1994. Song of the Gecko, children’s book illustrations, Santillana Press.

1993. Poster illustrations for TX bilingual ed textbooks, Harcourt Brace.

1984. National catalogue illustrations, Sears Roebuck, Colombia.

1982. Tuberculosis, illustrations for government campaign, Colombia.

Press, Recognition

1996. Thomas Leavitt, Herbert F. Johnson Museum founder, Ithaca, NY.

1995. Art Unveiled, Fort Worth Star Telegram.

Public works

1998.  Murals on the value of education: Indian Knoll School, West

Chicago, Illinois.