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I became aware of the Artist Pablo Hernandez a few months ago through a short film titled, "Pablo: The Artist Within" produced and directed by Noah DeBonisis.
Pablo was arrested at 16 years old and became a man in a Cuban Forced Labor Camp where many intellectuals were held as political prisoners. His interest in art and music continued developing through the years inside the camp.
Inside Pablo's mind was a place the Communist could not get in, there was a place where Pablo was free to go and explore another world, a place where creativity had no boundaries.
Pablo's hands were not only blessed to play some of the most beautiful classical music you will ever hear but he was also blessed with the grand ability to paint.
We'll hear about how Pablo reached US soil and how he began to receive the appreciation, recognition and respect that he dreamed of for his work.
You can also watch Pablo speak about his passion for art being both a painter as well as a pianist in a short documentary titled 'Expressions of a Modern Minstrel' by Roberto Cayuso.
It's good to talk.