"My journey as an artist consists of endless exploration and experimentation. Born in Mexico, my heritage and roots inspire most of my subjects, influenced by such artists as Rufino Tamayo, Guillermo Ceniceros, Luis Barragán, and Francisco Toledo.

The richness of the Mexican culture frees my work, and I reinterpret reality by introducing abstract elements to my compositions.

Fascinated by using different materials in my art, I work with different mediums like acrylics, gesso, ink, collage, oil pastels, and charcoal on surfaces like canvas, wood, or paper.

I approach the canvas with an idea in mind and allow the journey to unfold and evolve. It makes for an exciting experience and a freshness in my work."

"Nice work! It is wonderfully refreshing to discover a new talent with a palette of vibrant colors so bold, spatial abstraction so thoughtfully conceptualized, congratulations."

Dr. Philip Eliasoph

Professor of Art History, Fairfield University

"I found myself visiting the exhibit every day to enjoy your paintings, so I decided I had to get one of your pieces to bring your colors back home with me."

Lisa Krissoff Boehm PH D.

Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences,

Manhattanville College, Purchase NY

"What a beautiful cohesive show! Great colors and themes and creative explorations. Congratulations on this beautiful work."

Leona Frank

Art Professor, Westport CT


Please take a look at this interview, where I talk about my process and journey as an artist: