Fernando Cidoncha graduated in Human Sciences from the University of Navarre, where he also graduated in Philosophical and Artistic Studies. In 2012, he began his master’s degree in Artistic Research at the University of Granada and, in the same year, he moved to Florence to study sculpture. He is drawing instructor and vice director at the Sacred Art School.
As an artist, Fernando is interested in the exploration of the human form and soul, using a figurative and representational language. The city of Florence is the place where he finds inspiration and belonging, the place in which he lives his vocation as an artist and teacher, creatively engaged with the world.