Artist. Painter of clouds. Cloud Watcher (Palacio Almudí, Murcia, 2003). Teacher of Nephelococcygia, the art of interpreting the shapes of clouds (Gustavo de Maeztu Museum, Estella, Navarra 2005). An honorary member of the London Cloud Appreciation Society, his work has been shown in many gallery and museum exhibitions all over Spain, from San Sebastián in 1989 to the most recent in Madrid's Gurriarán Gallery in 2020. He is the founder and alma mater of the Mediterranean Iceberg Association (Matadero, Madrid, 2015), for which he manages the digital publication. Inspired by an analysis of Henry David Thoreau's Walden; or Life in the Woods (Palacio Almudí, Murcia, 2018), in 2018 he started studying meadowland and wild grass. He frequently collaborates with filmmakers through matte painting (Filmayer). His clouds can be seen in the works of Iciar Bollaín, Manuel Gómez Pereira and Santiago García de Leaniz, director of Nube del sol naciente (2011), a documentary that narrates how Jorge Fin creates his clouds and which made the shortlist at the Action/cut Hollywood International Film Festival. As an illustrator, he has collaborated since the 1980s with the group El Canto de la Tripulación, as well as with numerous cultural magazines such as Sur Express, El Europeo and Vogue, etc. As a muralist, he has painted everything from small pieces in private homes to huge murals measuring over 100 square metres in public spaces, company headquarters and institutions. His work is featured in collections held by the Caixa Galicia Foundation, La Coruña; the BBVA Foundation, Ministry of Culture and Sport, Madrid; the Murcia City Council; the Ramón Gaya Museum, Murcia; the Madrid City Council's Contemporary Art Collection; and the Marbella Engravings Museum, among others. It also forms part of numerous private collections in Spain, France, Switzerland, Italy, Belgium, Germany, Russia, USA, Canada, Mexico, Japan and Singapore.