Osley Gil graduated in 2006 from the Provincial Academy of Plastic Arts Eduardo Abela in  Artemisa, Cuba. His work focuses on portraiture and still life, generally in large formats, although he does not rule out small dimensions. With his representations he tries to suggest stories from the forms and the atmosphere they generate. He stops at the appearance of objects, tries to capture them in their external appearance and invites us to take pleasure in their surfaces. Far from the pictorial language of gesture and expressionism, hyperrealism implies a careful, precious execution. Expressionism seeks to free the form, while hyperrealism encloses it.

Solo exhibitions include Cavae Interiorum, a virtual exhibition in 2020, Naive Dreams at Ybor Art Factory in 2006, the Municipal Direction of Public Health in Havana, 2015, and  Metamorphosis at the AHS in Mayabeque, Cuba. Some of his group exhibitions include the  Collective virtual exhibition on the occasion of the International Museum Day in 2020,  CreatiON-LINE Virtual Gallery of the National Museum of Fine Arts, Cuba in 2019, In the sea of stories, an event benefiting AMANC (Mexican Association for Aid to Children with Cancer),  Arte1010 Gallery in Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico in 2019.
Also at the Center for Visual Arts in Mérida, Yucatán. Mexico in 2018, Cuban Art in Chamartín, Nicolás Salmerón Cultural Center, Madrid. Spain in 2017.