She has presented the exhibition "des fleurs qui ne se taisent pas”
last february at the Cervantes Institute in Bordeaux, France.
Her current project seeks to ponder the struggle and transformation
in an effort to achievegender equity in Mexico.
In recent years, it has developed the theme of women, of migrants
and haskept special interest in human rights and the importance
of the other asperson.
Through her work, she seeks to transform the look towards the
A social fabric that shows our women and men that we are equal
in value andwe enrich ourselves in the differences.
Once again, the flower is the feminine symbol par excellence.
It represents that subtle force andpowerful of the woman.
The essence that distinguishes us.
On this occasion, presents some flowers
much more vibrant.
That in its colors highlight diversity, movement and evolution.
Works that remind us that the road is built by walking and walking
we leave the traces of our presence.
He has exhibited in Mexico, USA, France, Monaco, Peru, Uruguay,
Argentina, Austria, Belgium and Denmark.
Last Individual Exhibitions
2020 “des fleurs qui ne se taisent pas“Cervantes Institute.
2018 “Flores Mexicanas” Mexican Cultural Institute.
2018 “Flores que no se callan” BANOBRAS CDMX
2018 “Flores Mexicanas” Inst. Cervantes. Viena, AT.
2017 “Flores marchitas” Federal Court of Administrative Justice
2016 “Withered flowers” EDD 2016. Bruxelles, BE.
This piece I created for one of my Hero’s, Raoul Wallenberg, the Swedish Diplomat and
Humanitarian. I started by painting the cradled birch panel with Black paint. Then I drew
hundreds of tears using NeoColors ( Beeswax crayons from Switzerland ). Then layers of
Encaustic medium ( 8 parts beeswax, 2 parts damar crystal). Scraping the painting and
sculpted Petals to hold the Tears. Sculpted tiny handles out of the scrapings to hold my hair
beaded with real Moonstone Teardrops.
This piece is multiple layers of the bio luminescent pigments painted, gently fused (no torch,
just small heat gun). Then I had slivers from previous paintings saved that I loved. They are the
small shapes with black lines. I just pushed them on warm from my hand. And added a few
crystals. This one glows in the dark.
This piece has around 12-15 Layers on a Cradled Birch Panel. Each layer a transparent
different color of Encaustic (Molten Beeswax) pigmented with bioluminescent pigments. Then
many layers of pressed flowers in between layers of wax. Then added Swarovski Crystals to
embellish. It glows in the dark.
This piece is created using watercolor paper that I had in a Waterbath using Sennilier Shellac
based inks to achieve deep color. I then tore the paper and glued to a cradled panel and did an
Encaustic painting on top. Lots of fusing on this one to get the melted sky. This one is my
favorite. Its a combo imaginary earth from above Ireland.