C U R R I C U L U M    V I T A E


Versión Española

Madrid 1960

She is trained as paintings restorer in Madrid, 1977-80. She studies drawing and painting at the prestigious Arjona Studio in Madrid, 1983-87, at the Art Student's League in New York, 1992, as well as silk-screening at the Brita Prinz’s Gallery workshops in Madrid, 1990. She does the first group exhibition of her work at the Orfila Gallery in Madrid, 1979, and since then, she has continued exhibiting her paintings taking part in FLECHA (she is awarded whith the "2nd prize to the best artist FLECHA 2008".), ART MADRID, FIART, and STEP of Milán.

Her work is already present in numerous private collections, nationals and internationals.
Special mention deserves the extensive solo exhibition about flamenco art and it’s roots named “Falah Men Ikum" that took place in Madrid, 1992.

At the same time, in 1984, she starts researching on paintings on textiles, and creates the concept of “Prêt-a-Porter Painting”, which is shown in fashion shows and is distributed throughout Spain. Also, on the field of painting on textiles, she does several exhibitions, like the one that took place in Arteara Gallery, Madrid in 1990, where she shows numerous paintings on silk, as well as several theatrical stage designs like the one made for Compañía Nacional de Danza for the choreography named “Aj Ondas Que Eu Vin Veer" by Nacho Duato, premièred In Valencia in 1981. She also collaborates with her paintings on textiles with the Spring and summer Fashion show of Jesus del Pozo in the Cibeles catwalk, Madrid 1996.

In September 2004, she carries out a solo exhibition of her drawings named “Cuerpos” (Bodies), in San Lorenzo de El Escorial, whose content was to be a preamble of the exhibition called “Almas” (Souls) in Malaga 2006. With "Despertar" (Waking up), Madrid 2010 closes the trilogy of drawings on the nude realised from natural model.
She takes part
with her work "Manantial Eterno " as special guest in the "Festival Internazionale di poesia La palabra en el mundo". Villa Herriot. Venecia.