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Dionisio Ceballos


Dionisio Ceballos

Visual artist Dionisio Ceballos was born in Mexico City, where he received most of his training as an artist, along with a degree in communications from the University Ibero Americana. He also developed an interest in film and adopted its language into his paintings.

In fact, Dionisio’s first published work as an artist was in an animated short film, Four Ways To Cover a Hole, which was an official selection for the 1996 Cannes Festival. In 1997, Dionisio had his first individual show at the Museum of Popular Cultures in Mexico City. Since then, he has participated in several collective shows throughout Mexico. In 2001, he was invited to paint several reproductions of the work of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo for the Miramax film Frida.

After completing his artwork for the movie, Dionisio settled in Louisville with his wife, Louisville native Erin Delaney, and their daughter, Emilia.


Program 527

Painter Dionisio Ceballos; who re-created works by Frida Kahlo for the film Frida; glass exhibits at the Speed Art Museum and the Kentucky Museum of Arts + Design; and the sounds of Louisville’s TimbaSon. (#527)

Program 545

Painter Dionisio Ceballos, who re-created works by Frida Kahlo for the film Frida; glass exhibits at the Speed Art Museum and the Kentucky Museum of Arts + Design; and the sounds of Louisville’s TimbaSon. (#545)

Program 820

The Lexington Children’s Drum Choir with the Something Special Dancers, Louisville painter Dionisio Ceballos, stone carver Tim Lewis, and music from Hell’s Half-Acre and No Tools Loaned. (#820)





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