SINTRON views the power of Art as a form of Faith in the face of existential boredom and evil. The playful and humorous works he has created over the past 3 decades are deeply personal, often dealing with the transcendence of dualism and the search for meaning in a complex, sex and power obsessed, digital world.
In addition to having work commissioned by the Smithsonian, being interviewed by the NYTimes and speaking at an international art festival, SINTRON has been legally challenged, his life threatened and insinuations made to have his children removed because of his art. Nonetheless, he persists in an unorthodox artistic journey.
SINTRON aims to create powerful, evocative pieces that resonate with viewers on a deep, emotional level. He is driven by a deep sense of purpose and a belief that art is a powerful force for change in the world and a way to reimagine reality itself.
SINTRON has explored a wide range of mediums, including painting, sculpture and installation art but is more recently focused on netprov and conceptual technology based works which integrate traditional and performance art elements.
SINTRON received a BA in Fine Arts from the University of Texas at Austin, an MFA in Fine Arts from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and an MBA from the University of Houston C.T. Bauer School of Business. He has taught art in after school youth programs and at the university level and now lives in Houston, Texas where he works as an Artificial Intelligence Architect in the energy industry.