Fernando Osorio was born in Peru in 1949 and have resided in the United States since 1988.
Newspapers such as El Tiempo Latino in Washington, D.C., La Industria in Trujillo, and Hoy in Lima have published his articles about art, culture, and society.
His artwork can be found in private collections in Washington D.C., New York; Berne, Switzerland; and in Lima and Trujillo, Peru. His studio at the Workhouse Arts Center in Lorton, Virginia is open for viewing.
His passion for art brought him to study Visual Arts at Universidad Católica and Drawing at the Cristina Gálvez Art Studio in Lima. Later he took classes at Corcoran College of Art and Design in Washington D.C., and The Art League in Alexandria, Virginia. In the past, Osorio taught Design and Perspective at Universidad Católica School of Art.
2018 "Fairfax Leadership,' showcase at Wolftrap Arts Center, Vienna, Virginia
2018 "Fashioning the Future," installation, International Developing Bank, Washington, D.C.
2017 "La Bella Strada Street Painting Festival," Alexandria, Virginia
2018 Recent Paintings, Workhouse Arts Center, Lorton, Virginia
2018 Cosmos, UUCA, Center Gallery, Arlington, Virginia
2016 Full-Time Color, Embassy of Peru, Washington, DC
2015 Drawings, The Evolution of Art, Annandale, Virginia
2015 Nets, Westover Library, Arlington, Virginia
2011 Faces, Arlington Central Library, Arlington, Virginia
1995 The Journey of Shapes, Extebandes Art Gallery, Trujillo, Peru
1986 Fernando Osorio Paintings, Organization of American States, Washington, DC
1986 The Street, Ivonne Briceño Gallery, Lima, Peru
1983 Fernando Osorio, Gallery 715, Lima, Peru
1982 Line and Color, El Maderito Art Gallery, Lima, Peru