Pedro Molina, born in 1958 in Andújar - Jaén, is a professor in French and Spanish Philology, in Humanities and in Primary Education but passionate about Art. He studied painting, drawing and engraving in etching in Seville, Arte-Estudio, with Luis Montes, Roberto Reina and José Luis Pajuelo. Later he studied art photography at the Popular University of Marbella with Lola Rudolphi, followed by courses of policromía with Curro Sanguino, of engraving in collagraff with Ana Bellido and of photoengraving with Alicia Rinaldi.
Molina did his first exhibition in Marbella in the Exhibition Hall of the Popular University, in 1984 and has exhibited regularly since then.
In 1986 he coordinated the exhibitions of "La Carbonería" in Seville and collaborated as an illustrator in the magazines "El rinconcillo" and "La Cuerda del Arco" during the years 1986-87-88. He also collaborated in the edition of the Quixote Manuscript illustrating chapter XI of the 1st part.
Fascinated by culture and art in China, he traveled to Beijing where he studied Tai Chi and Qi Gong. Today, the undeniable inspiration he receives from Chinese art is evident in his work.