Ernesto Pujazon is an artist from Peru, a Senior Lecture and a Former Head of The Design School at Taylor’s University, Malaysia. Ernesto, likes to work on large size canvases in various single shades of colours, referencing local South East Asian icons. He also produces single large drawings analysing his South American and ancient cultures roots. Currently focuses on producing academic still-life drawing using a technique called “silver point on paper’. His artworks are part of the private collection in Peru, Brazil, Cuba, USA, China, Malaysia, Indonesia, Switzerland among others. He is currently finalizing his PhD Research study in Fine Art at Local University. With more than 23 years of experience in academic Fine Arts teaching, he enjoys sharing and gaining knowledge. As Salvador Dali once said: “A true artist is not one who is inspired, but the one who inspire others”. He was the moderator for Gallery Weekend Kuala Lumpur (GWKL) 2020’s Luminary Forum III: Collecting & Curating – Ways of Seeing.