I was born in a small town of Chihuahua, Mexico. In 2003, I moved to United States with a scholarship to continue my formal art education. As a univertity student, I was first introduced to abstract and acrylic painting. However, growing up I was particularly exposed to religious art and mexican muralists. I graduated with a Bachelor in Studio Arts from Brigham Young University in 2008. I now live in Spanish Fork, Utah.
My goal is to inspire feelings of compassion and kindness towards ourselves and others. I considered my art a dialogue between the unconscious and the customary mind, embodied in the new spaces and old places that knew me. I want for my art to speak of the conventional days from a poetical and sacred view that emanates from a place where love and irony are intimately entwined and at peace.
2018 Truths and Consequences: Art Access Gallery, SLC, UT
2017 Archetypes and Symbols, Springville Museum of Art, UT
2013 Nuestra Herencia, Provo Library, Provo, UT
2011 Big Eyed Women, Art Access gallery, Salt Lake City, UT
2009 85th Annual Spring Salon, Springville Museum of Art, UT
2008 Personal Epiphanies, Harris Fine Arts Center BYU, Provo,UT
2007 83rd Annual Utah Spring Salon, Springville Museum of Art, UT
Exponent II magazine, vol 36, Summer 2016
Exponent II magazine, Cover, vol 34, Spring 2015
The Provo Orem Word, Cover, 2010