Renacho Melgar

is a self-taught painter, lover of used books, independent cinema, coffee and beer, married to a woman landscape. His work has been exhibited in Cambodia, Cuba, Peru, Australia, Panama, the Dominican Republic, France and Central America.

His graphic has illustrated contemporary magazines and poems. He has made murals in Central America, Panama, Colombia and Ecuador and his best works are always on the street. Works on the street consisted of transforming utilitarian artifacts into living works of art. For example, he painted with iconic colorist style, pallet carts, the equipment of shoe loaders, miniature carts, bicycles, to create a living and free exhibition through the streets of San Salvador