Inspired by nature, I seek out geometries—a pursuit that began with origami but has since grown to include other forms. Geometry grounds my work, enabling me to create harmonious and balanced compositions. By simplifying complex shapes, I distill their essence and invite viewers to meditate on minimalism. Working with a range of materials—from volcanic stone to bronze and iron—I constantly push my boundaries as an artist.

Pitar

Pitar

Meet The Artist

Born in Mexico City and trained as an architect and industrial designer, Pitar has traveled widely and courageously as an artist. Having recently moved to Jackson, Pitar now folds their cultural and creative layers into eloquent sculptures of animals, rooted in architectural precision and organic appreciation. Driven by a love for natural forms and materials, Pitar references nature’s beauty and balance: the rugged elegance of rock formations; the majestic strength of sacred animals. Embracing the Tetons, the artist feels transformed by their immersive life experience. Rising to the challenge of working across borders, Pitar creates designs steeped in both alpine and urban influences. By melding their Mexican heritage with the adventurous ethos of Jackson, Pitar’s work embodies cultural convergence.

Pitar seeks out geometric forms that grounds his work and enables him to create harmonious and balanced compositions —a pursuit that began with origami but has since grown to include other forms. By simplifying complex shapes, he explains that he distills their essence and invites viewers to meditate on minimalism. Working with a range of materials—from volcanic stone to bronze and iron— Pitar constantly pushes his boundaries as an artist.

Selected publications
MUSEUM COLLECTIONS