In David’s artwork, Mexico is the protagonist, represented as an arid and thorny land by the use of sand to give texture, and oil and acrylic to give color. He uses geometric elements such as circles, squares, triangles, and other symbolic forms that are repeated and placed rhythmically within the canvas. Appreciating David’s artwork is like being at the center of a nopalera or a valley of magueys. David Gutiérrez studied Visual Arts at the National School of Plastic Arts of the UNAM. He was selected to join the Program of High Academic Requirement in the old building of the Academy of San Carlos. He has taken courses and workshops in different states of the Mexican republic, and his work is well placed in the Mexican art market. In his 14 years of professional career, he has participated in 20 group exhibitions and 13 solo exhibitions.