Desde hace ya algunos años, las guacamayas amarillas y azules (ara ararauna) surcan a diario los cielos de Caracas alegrándonos el alma con su ruidoso vuelo. Así los veo pasar por mi terraza a diario. Se detienen en algunas casas, ventanas y terrazas donde son invitadas a comer.
For quite a few years now, the noisy blue and yellow macaws (ara ararauna) fly daily over Caracas' skies bringing immense joy and solace to us. The pass by my terrace at least twice a day. They stop at some houses, building windows and terraces when invited for a meal.
Pintado a mano en cajitas de MDF, piezas únicas tamaño 14.3 x 17 cm arriba y 12 x 12 cm abajo.
Hand painted on MDF boxes size 5.6 x 6.7" (above) and 4.7 x 4.7" (below)
Caja para guardar bolsitas de te, 6 compartimientos, pintada a mano acrílico sobre MDF, pieza única. Tamaño 16.5 x 16.5 cm
Tea box, 6 compartments, hand painted, acrylic on MDF, one of a kind piece. Size 6.5 x 9.5"
Her landscapes depict the tropical beauty and contrasts of Venezuela and her portraits reflect her quest to capture human diversity and individual character.
Since her first exhibitions in the early seventies, she has participated in dozens of art exhibitions and competitions in Venezuela earning several awards. Her paintings and portraits are held in private collections in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Germany, Spain, Italy, and other countries.
Her work was selected for display at the VI, VIII and X International Watercolor Biennials in Mexico, the First Andean Watercolor Exhibit in Cuenca, Ecuador, the AQUARELA INTERNACIONAL - SÃO PAULO / BRASIL 2008 biennale, II International Watercolor Biennale 2011 in Spain, as well as in a special watercolor exhibition in Russia commemorating St. Peterburg´s tricentennial.
She is an active member of the Venezuelan Watercolor Association, the Drawing Circle of Caracas and the Caracas' Urban Sketchers group.
She is currentlyoffering art workshops in Caracas, at venues such as the Hacienda La Trinidad and Topotepuy.