Francisco Guerrero, MFA
MFA, Visual Arts
Associate Professor, Fine Arts (Studio Arts)
Building/Room: Fine Arts 219
Francisco Guerrero is originally from Southern California, receiving a BFA from USC’s Roski School and an MFA from conceptual art locus UC, San Diego.
Guerrero is primarily a painter whose practice spans over 20 years. His work has focused on portraiture, mapping, human desire, and military proliferation, all seen through the lens of American popular culture. He was the principal for a public works mural project from 1997 – 2000, developing large-scale artworks throughout the Los Angeles City School District. Now an Associate Professor at Seattle University, Guerrero teaches all levels of painting and drawing. He is also the founding director of the Seattle University Visual Artist in Residence program.
He lives and works in Seattle, WA.