My Inspiration is where you want to go and what you want to achieve is what inspires me. They are more than just a piece of art, I want to inspire and motivate the world to develop all their abilities. To continue growing despite the circumstance in which you find yourself. There are no bad days, there are days to learn. Only we can change it, if we put the knowledge you have learned into practice. A subtle mix of power and energy are required to motivate and to grow. See you at the top!
My technique is abstract using materials that allow me to preserve the color I want to use in the work and if it does not exist to create and invent the color I want.
The materials are not always the same: oil, acrylic, pastels, resin, plaster, cement, repairer, tools with different brushes or spatulas is the freedom to design in the canva small or large.
The main point is to have fun and be able to share the art, I have taught for years and
workshops so I am used to relaxing, having fun and enjoying the process. So I turn off my cell phone and it is like a ritual until my idea comes out. I stop painting but I never stop.

I was born in Guadalajara, Mexico to my mother, a nurse, and my father, an engineer.

My parents got married very young. My mother was 18 and my father was 20 when they had their first child, my brother Alex. I was born two years later. Alex and I looked like twins growing up and he was my best friend.

My parents divorced when I was 8 years old. Alex and I had a hard time. During this time Alex and I were with my mother every other weekend.

My mom played guitar and she would take Alex and I to an art/music space on Sundays.  Alex and my mom took guitar lessons and I took painting lessons.

Painting quickly developed into my passion, it allowed me to focus on something that made me feel happy. I went from painting on Sundays to painting all the time.

Wherever I went I found inspiration. I wanted to express how I observed life through my paintings.

“Confidence at a young age”, I received first place in the elementary school art contests I participated in.  At 10 years old I entered a state competition for urban design and won first place for designing an electric train for my city.

I was crazy excited. I could not believe it.

It made me believe in myself and gave me the confidence to be a designer and a painter.