Bio - Creator and founder of Cardio Art
In 1996, Jose was employed by Albany Medical Center as a Monitor Technician where he began learning about cardio related issues and rhythms of the the heart. While he began learning about cardio related issues and rhythms of the heart. While at work one day , a patient, whose rhythms became critical, inspired Jose to create a drawing using electro-cardiographic rhythms for the lines. His first creation brought some enthusiastic comments from his co-workers; it was a heart with a series of heads, each one smaller then the other in a sequential manner indicating full life to a "slow death"
this being the name of the picture. This drawing quickly became a favorite and earned it's place on T-shirts the were made available to the public. Thos lines became his trademark. Artistic painting had been a long desired dream for Jose.
The Rock -n- Roll Hall of Fame, the Heart Center, the Medical Field, and Music served as his inspiration in his current theme of rhythmic guitars.