Interview with JUAN FRANCISCO CASAS: Your childhood ambition: Since I have memories I wanted to be an artist. That’s vocation or stubbornness. Or both. Something you treasure: Amazing collaborators with my art, friends and muses that put all their heart in my work. Without them all my art would be impossible. Your worst habit: I go bed too late. It doesn’t sound that bad, I know, but sometimes I miss mornings. The aspect of your work that’s most important to you: The biographical content: my life is represented in my art through the people represented in that. Your first job: I taught drawing and printmaking during 4 years at the University of Granada, Spain. It was a nice experience but after that I became an artist. Someone whose work you highly recommend: There are too many to say, but since he comes from the village than I do and he is a really good artist, I recommend Miguel Sheroff. See more of Juan Francisco Casas’ work here.