I have always loved creating. There is something magical about being able to fill a blank space with colors, lines, and shapes that portray the thoughts and emotions that exist only in the mind. My artistic process began as a child. I was the child whose Christmas list consisted of crayons, markers, coloring pencils, sketch pads, and coloring books.
My family and I migrated to the United States from Mexicali, Baja California when I was in 5th grade. When I first came to the U.S I didn't speak a word of English. It was very frustrating not being able to communicate with people and that's when I found myself creating Art the most. Art felt as a way of expressing the things that couldn’t be said in words. Art became my universal language.
After High School, I decided to attend California State University Northridge and received my Bachelors of Arts in 2009.
After graduating CSUN I took time to explore different routes in Art and after years of exploration I found the style I wanted to use in my Artwork.
In 2014, I decided it was time to reveal what I had worked on and decided to participate in the North End Artwalk in Yuma, AZ. Ever since then I have been searching for every opportunity I get to share my work in galleries and art fairs. My work has been featured in a solo show in Palm Springs and at the Phoenix Airport Museum.
I have been extremely fortunate for the support I have received from my community in Yuma, AZ. I have been the recipient of several awards, one of them being the Helios Award. A recognition that is given to someone who illustrates an exceptional aspiration to be an advocate of the Arts in Yuma. I’ve also received three awards for Best Presentation and two for Best in Show during ArtBeat.
At the moment, I am a full-time artist.