Spanish and International renown artist Ramiro Undabeytia uses his own unique style to give his pieces a sense of realism.
Born in 1952, Ramiro studied at the National School of Ceramics in Madrid where he became familiar with printing in the late 1960's.
Ramiro has had his own studio and been giving printing classes since 1979, and is a printing professor at the Nicolas Salmeron Cultural Center where he teaches etching and illustration techniques.
He has won various awards for his artwork and has been in several exhibitions
Pablo Picasso Homage Exposition "15 Group" Madrid, Spain 1981
Artexpo, Newyork, USA 1985
II Artecuadro Show, Madrid, Spain 1986
Artexpo, New York and Los Angeles, USA 1986
Fiest, Graphical work International Fair, Paris, France 1986
Artexpo, New York and Los Angeles, USA 1987
III Artecuadro Show, Madrid, Spain 1987
IV Artecuadro Show, Madrid, Spain 1988
Cebreros Town Hall Exposition Avila, Spain 1988
VI ''Maximo Ramos'' Contest, El Ferral, La Coruna, Spain 1989
V Artecuadro Show, Madrid, Spain 1989
Artexpo, New York and Los Angeles, USA 1989
Personal Etching exposition at Atheneum Show room in Sanlucar de Barrameda, Cadiz, Spain 1989
1st Prize- Madrid Town Hall, Spain (1986)
1st Prize-Posters Contest- II Artecuadro Show Madrid, Spain (1986)
1st Prize- Posters Contest- Shared with Jose Castillo III Artecuadro Show Madrid, Spain (1987)
1st Prize-Posters Contest 'IV Salon de Artecuadro Show' Madrid, Spain (1988)
1st Prize- Posters Contest- Shared with M. Jose Castillo Commemorative of 40th Human Rights Declaration Anniversary, Sponsored by ''Spanish Red Cross" Madrid, Spain (1988)
1st Prize-Posters Contest "V Artecuadro Show'' Madrid, Spain (1989)