"I try to invite those looking at my work to release their imaginations and dream."
"I consider myself a tranquil woman, creative and with a passion for art. I majored in fine arts and industrial design, and am working on a master's degree in education and expression. I set up a small studio where I work and also offer classes in painting.
"To master this art, I had to study, practice, observe and discover my own creative voice. I love Mexican handicrafts and also our fine art.
"My own paintings are surrealistic and, naturally, inspired by symbols, by my emotions and by my desires. I work in oils and acrylics, and my daughters are my models. They have always been my source of motivation in life. Their images are present in my paintings but I suspect that these images are a representation of myself by way of them.
"I've always liked to work in a very personal way. I feel that this helps me find a better form of inspiration. The ideas in my canvases arise from inside me, thus I don't depend on other factors or resources. I love the fact that that painting results in works of art that are unique, with a style of their own. Yet the greatest challenge is to be innovating all the time with ideas.
"I think the most difficult times in my life were when loved ones died. Even so, my life has had much happiness, such as the moments spent with the family. I like jokes and music, and we laugh off our mistakes even while learning from them.
"People who choose my paintings will find a personal identification, as I transmit a positive and agreeable message. I try to invite those looking at my work to release their imaginations and dream.
"One of my own dreams is to open an art school someday with a gallery and an art supply shop."
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