About

Raul Jarquin resides in Maine and is a citizen of the United States and Spain.   Outside of his day job Raul enjoys fine art photography and bookbinding.  For the content of this site this is all you need to know, but if you are interested in a broader look at his background feel free to read on.

After completing a degree in computer science, Raul studied photography at the Corcoran College of Art in Washington DC. Due to his interest in photo books, he subsequently studied bookbinding and now includes handmade books as one of his modes of expression. Raul’s work often references landscape and our urban environment. His photographic work has been reviewed by the Washington Post, covered by NPR and other Washington, DC based media outlets. Prior to Raul's move to Maine, his final exhibit in the DC area, which he organized under the title "72 Grams Per Pixel" was selected as one of the 10 best photo exhibits in 2014 in Washington. His work has been both publicly and privately collected.  Raul is the founder and CEO of Kodexio, a technology company focused on services for artists and serving 1000s of clients worldwide.



Selected Collections

Washington DC Arts Commission

The Washington DC Convention Center

State of Maryland Collection

Office of DC Council Member Kenyan McDuffie

Josephine Butler Center

Selected Exhibitions

Gallery B "72 Grams Per Pixel"

Corcoran Gallery of Art

Ellipse Gallery of Art

US Geological Service, Sight Specific

Rockville Arts Center

Neiman Marcus Top Ten

Josephine Butler Center

Contact

email: info [at] rauljarquin [dot] com

Moon Hours: Studio News & Other

The studio is named "Moon Hours" to reflect the time of day I typically work on art projects. I just started this blog area of my site so more content coming soon.
A book project in collaboration with FĂ©lix Bernardino to showcase his drawings of the Monastery located in San Lorenzo de El Escorial.

About

About

Raul Jarquin resides in Maine and is a citizen of the United States and Spain.   Outside of his day job Raul enjoys fine art photography and bookbinding.  For the content of this site this is all you need to know, but if you are interested in a broader look at his background feel free to read on.

After completing a degree in computer science, Raul studied photography at the Corcoran College of Art in Washington DC. Due to his interest in photo books, he subsequently studied bookbinding and now includes handmade books as one of his modes of expression. Raul’s work often references landscape and our urban environment. His photographic work has been reviewed by the Washington Post, covered by NPR and other Washington, DC based media outlets. Prior to Raul's move to Maine, his final exhibit in the DC area, which he organized under the title "72 Grams Per Pixel" was selected as one of the 10 best photo exhibits in 2014 in Washington. His work has been both publicly and privately collected.  Raul is the founder and CEO of Kodexio, a technology company focused on services for artists and serving 1000s of clients worldwide.



Selected Collections

Washington DC Arts Commission

The Washington DC Convention Center

State of Maryland Collection

Office of DC Council Member Kenyan McDuffie

Josephine Butler Center

Selected Exhibitions

Gallery B "72 Grams Per Pixel"

Corcoran Gallery of Art

Ellipse Gallery of Art

US Geological Service, Sight Specific

Rockville Arts Center

Neiman Marcus Top Ten

Josephine Butler Center

Contact

email: info [at] rauljarquin [dot] com