I was born in the foothills of the Andes, in Argentina. I have had opportunities to travel extensively, particularly fascinated by India, Nepal, Thailand and Cambodia, and their differing Eastern philosophies. I have eclectic interests, with a flexible approach to my work that involves printmaking, drawing, painting and other mixed media responses.
Through my journeying, I am inspired by nature and diverse artists including Hundertwasser, Xul Solar, Gormley, Italo Calvino and Svankmajer. These inspirations inform my work which hope to capture a sense of interconnectedness, community and spirituality. Now living and working in Cambridge, U.K.
I hope you enjoy looking over my artistic outcomes.
Gracias por tu interes!
1997 Bachelor Degree in Graphic Arts, Universidad de Buenos Aires
|2020||Affordable Art Fair (Battersea)
Urban Art – Brixton Street Fair
|2019||Affordable Art Fair (Battersea and Hampstead)
Cambridge Open Studios
Brixton Street Fair
|2018||Affordable Art Fair (Battersea and Hampstead)
Suffolk Open Studios (June)
Cambridge Open Studios
|2017||The Highgate Gallery: Prints
Artist in Focus: Southbank Printmakers
Solo Exhibition: Suffolk Open Studios
Oxo Tower Exhibition: Southbank Printmakers Limited Editions
Solo Exhibition: Jujuy Artistas (Argentina)
|2016||Artist in Focus: Southbank Printmakers
Collaborative Exhibition: Suffolk Open Studios
Commissioned Mural for LivingSong
|2010-2015||Commissioned illustrations for Fairytale Furniture (V&A Museum, London)
Commissioned illustrations for Amharic Children’s Books, Hahu Books
Ongoing exhibiting also at Hundred Years Gallery, Shoreditch
Creative design work with Partridge Design & Plum Art
Inspirations from 2015 onwards
I started to work with mixed media, combining ink with more traditional printmaking and drawing methods, as my medium. I largely make mono-prints, using the above methods, so that whilst each is a print, they each have a unique quality because of the hand-finished water based inks and finishes.
I continue to explore the nature of humanity; creating landscapes that show the vastness of nature in juxtaposition with the smallness of individuality; I hope that through the doorways, there are new journeys to show that we are essentially interconnected.