Yudit Vidal Faife, is undoubtedly the greatest exponent of female art in Trinidad in these times. Also the painting is booming in the hands of creators of contemporary art, well-known painters such as Carlos Hugo Mata Pisch, Luis Ángel Blanco Rusindo, Abel Pérez Mainegra stand out in this event.
Ceramics turns out to be the great industry that the agros potters have bequeathed us in the Guamuhaya Archaeological Museum, as part of their collections, there are a large number of pieces and fragments found in archaeological excavations. In Trinidad there is the Santander family (mud artists) who, faithful to their traditions, keep this important artistic manifestation alive in the territory.
The city is a living and changing landscape, Sancti Spíritus maintains a profuse tradition of mural painting, renewed with the existence of countless works that give this territory the qualification of City of Murals.
The mud, the stone and the prefabricated - no matter what the material chosen - the truth is that Sancti Spíritus can claim to exhibit a large-scale outdoor art gallery.
This story began with actions in which a few timidly ventured into the walls of Martyrs Avenue and the Headquarters of the Provincial Assembly of Popular Power. But the sown then bore fruit and the passer-by already identifies his most beloved corners with dedication and good taste.
Félix Madrigal, Julio Neyra, Jorge López, José Perdomo and other creators have disseminated their artistic work around the city, patenting that everyday life can be seasoned with good taste and practicality.
First the exteriors and then the interior of buildings of social interest have been enriched with mastery to make living with art a truly achieved goal.
The spirit murals attest to the social role of culture and that property that has to transform reality and give it new qualities.