(Durango, Mexico, 1939). Painter and muralist. In 1958 he graduated from the School of Arts of the University of Nuevo Leon. He collaborated with the team of painter and muralist David Alfaro Siqueiros in seven of his most important murals including the famous "March of Humanity", located inside the Siqueiros Cultural Polyforum in Mexico City. Being curious and a researcher at heart, Ceniceros creates or invents most of its work tools. He is a passionate of literature and poetry, showing a deep interest in language. He has had important recognitions and exhibitions of his vast work. In 1969 he won the Painting Prize (SEP); and in 1999 he was the only Mexican nominated for the World Art contest. He was the creator of the murals found in the Copilco and Tacubaya stations of the Metro Transportation System in CDMX, as well as several works in official installations of the Mexican government. In 2009, a book was published in homage to the painter and to commemorate his 70th birthday.