Francisco Alarcon, born in Estepona, Spain, in 1972, feels drawn to modelling very early on in his childhood.
With a Bachelors Degree in Fine Arts from la Facultad de Bellas Artes de Sevilla, specializing in the areas of Painting Restoration and Preservation between 1990 and 1996, Alarcon produced a wide angle of works and international exhibitions including Interior Design Conventions in Villepinte, Paris, Milan, Valencia and Madrid. Series of public sculpting and pictorical proyects for his hometown, Drawing techniques at the Chilean painter's Academy in Madrid, Workshops specializing in anatomy with sculptor Gonzalo. Exhibition in Conneticut, MA due to his series called "Mujer" ; International Program for Artists in Residency at the Griffit Art Center; Showing his project called "Máscaras" at the Lyman Allyn Museum in New London, MA; International Program of Artists in Residency at the I-Park Foundation in Conneticut, MA in 2006.
Nowadays, Francisco Alarcon, combines his creative work with teaching at his studio. Part of his work includes public sculpting pieces made out of iron like the one called "Cristo Redentor" (Christ the Redeemer) along with pictoric pieces like the murals "Madre Amorosa" (Loving Mother) and "La mirada del niño" (The child's gaze), both of great dimensions.
In 2013, Alarcon made pieces consisting of lamp sculptures for clients like Café del Mar and designed golf trophy sculptures for Hotel NH Almenara in Sotogrande which was organized by La Revista de Sotogrande.