Eduardo Torres was born in Camaguey, Cuba. As a boy, he spent hours creating art using scraps of recycled paper from his aunt who was a secretary. He was attracted to the colors and energy of the Cuban culture, architecture and fabrics. He translates these impressions with pen and ink into his colorful drawings. A favorite element in the drawings is the pot. The clay pot, called tinajon in Cuba, is a symbol of Camaguey, his birth city. His original works evoke joy and a window into the colors and textures of Cuba.