He lives and works in Palma. Ñaco Fabré began his education at the School of Arts and Crafts in Palma and later extended it under painters Juan José Deudero and Ellis Jacobson and through trips to London, Venice and Paris. Oil, graphite, charcoal and vinylic paint are the materials with which he materialises the balance he strikes between geometric forms and subtle gestures, through pools of colour and graphics, which reflect his lyrical vision of landscapes, of nature. His work has been exhibited in Palma, Madrid, Bordeaux and Cologne, among other cities. Fabré has been awarded the City of Palma Prize (2000) and in 2008, he was made a member of the Reial Acadèmia de Belles Arts de San Sebastià in Palma.