Invisible links, or in Spanish; Vínculos invisibles, is the name of the upcoming exhibition about pollinators and biodiversity in which I will be participating. Do they depend on us or do we depend on them? About 316 species of plants are cultivated in Mexico. Aproximately 286 of the species are related to the food we … Continue reading Do they depend on us?
Birds of Mexico City, a symphony of colors, consists of a collection of the 80 most common birds that live in Mexico City. The birds are made of wood that comes from a natural disaster and are life-size. The objective of the Collection is to bring the citizen closer to the birds of the capital … Continue reading On exhibit now: the Subway Station Exhibition – Birds of Mexico City
The Nopal leaf abstract No. 2 with its contrasting sides is an invitation to reflect on order and control versus chaos as well as a representation of the vast number of cultures that inhabit Mexico today. One side of the Nopal leaf is painted in colorful, abstract forms as a kaleidoscopic metaphor representing the diversity … Continue reading Nopal leaf abstract No.2
One morning, a couple of months ago, memories of my time at Harvard came to mind and inspired me to design and create a chameleon as a tribute to the Office for Sustainability at Harvard University. I decided to sculpt a chameleon because chameleons have long been a symbol of change, agility and adaptation, reminding us … Continue reading A Chameleon at Harvard
Art pieces seek to transmit a message to the viewer. Whether it is a canvas, a sculpture or a delicate quilting patchwork, they are all willfully elaborated by their creator to share a message. Sometimes, in the art world, it is just beauty that is intended to be transmitted. I believe beauty is an essential … Continue reading Beyond beauty