She was born and raised in the enchanted city of Jerez, in the Mexican State of Zacatecas. During her time there she studied architecture. She then moved to the United States of America and resides in the city of College Station, Texas. This is where she began developing techniques in acrylic, pastel, charcoal, and watercolor. Her artwork expresses her memories of the building and church of the Colonial Architecture of her birthplace.
In each painted picture, I express the colonial architecture of the town where I was born, Jerez, Zacatecas. The buildings are full of rich colors and they populate the town with history; they are part of the tourist attractions.
Streets with many simple homes of a town whose facades are loaded with pink quarry stone and are the framework of rustic-style buildings and mansions, which when painted and captured on canvas are manifestations of respect for architects and people who built them. The joy and freshness of colors that represent Mexican-life.
Examples of my art: