Eduardo Rincón (Cuernavaca, Mexico 1964) initiated his formal education as a biologist, working in tropical plant research for the UNAM University in Mexico City. In 1992, he presented his first show as a solo artist at the Sloane-Racotta Gallery, deciding to combine the study of nature through the arts with botany and science. He actively works as a painter and also cultivates the arts of engraving and drawing. In 2000 he started studying anthroposophy and participated in several study groups under the guidance of renowned teachers. In 2010 he founded the first branch of the Anthroposophical Society in Cuernavaca. In recent years, he has fused his personal research in plant biology and Biodynamics with art projects using contemporary installation and sculpture, in addition to landscape design with native and endangered species.