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If my art work makes you feel any emotion at first sight, and if it somehow remains within your daily life, I will be grateful. My goal is to be an active channel of life in all its manifestations, from macro to micro scales.  "As above, so below. As below, so above". My challenge is to translate the Universe into art, and share it with you.

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ARTIST'S    BIO

I was born in Havana, Cuba. I received my Architect Degree with a Major in Urban Planning, from the University of Havana. On 1995 I moved to Spain, and then, in 2000, to USA . I have worked as an Urban Planner, and as a professor, teaching subjects related to Design and Urban Planning in Cuba, Spain, Brasil and USA. I retired from the City of Miami Planning Department on February, 2016.

 

Since I was a child I loved to draw. My childhood friends remember me always drawing. Later, at the School of Architecture, I developed my hand drafting skills, basically on architectural themes. Around 1996, in Spain, I started drawing black & white pen and ink art pieces. Around 2013, already in Miami, I started exploring color in my paintings. 

 

I am a member of Florida Watercolor Society,  Gold Coast Watercolor Society, Art United,  as well as a Signature Member of Miami Watercolor Society.

 

In my art I try to follow a thoughtful path, using symbols, creating stories to be interpreted by the observer. I love to hear people’s vision of my creations. Human complexity and spiritual themes are my favorite. Native American culture has inspired several of my pieces. But I paint diverse themes: nature, portraits, architectural elements... anything that calls my attention at this particular moment. Usually I have at least two or three pieces in progress. 

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