was born in Zaragoza, Spain in
1974. Since childhood she was fascinated with drawing and painting. By
the age of 12, she devoted the entirety of her free time to drawing what
she observed of the world around her. This analysis of her environment
sharpened her attention to detail and perception of urban culture. In
2013 that she began to paint professionally after training with the
painter Eduardo Lozano, who encouraged her to pursue her talents and
capture her surroundings.
Art has the power to question our way of seeing
and our ways of reacting to the world. In my artistic process I try to
create images that invite examination from the viewer.
In a world saturated with visuals, a world
in which people strive "to see and be seen," I want to reflect on what
we see and what we do not see, and what we think we see and what we
really see. Most of the time it is not our eyes that see, but rather it
is our mind. I offer the spectator the opportunity to train their gaze.
I travel through cities and I take
photographs that I then use to develop my work. This is an important
element in developing the description of all the characters and the
stories in each painting. I immerse myself in the crowd, a crowd that
attracts me, paralyzes me, moves me, surprises me, and inspires me.