I believe in the importance of being lost, in the sense of having little or no idea of exactly where we are or where we might be headed – the objective not being to find ourselves (for this is quite impossible), but rather to learn to manage and exploit this state, to embark on voyages of discovery that inevitably lead us to places we never could have imagined. When comfort sets in, we must dare to lose ourselves once more.
What do I do? I observe and absorb. What do I see? Routine and daydreams, contradictions and intensity, simplicity and originality. Who am I? Feminine, millennial, Asian, nothing and maybe everything in something.
My work is a kind of order out of chaos. The paint runs into organic shapes. Within these shapes, birds, animals, people or parts of them emerge. They’re never “perfect”! But it is important to see the beauty in the imperfections. The contrast to the organic shapes and figures are the static graphic patterns: order out of chaos.
To create art, for me, is power and confidence. My paintings should be a carrier of hope. How does an artist handle the unpleasantness the world sometimes brings? Showing it is one possibility or making it even more unpleasant than it is. Instead, I decided to show beauty and hope.
Engaged in arts for many years and attempting different artistic techniques I finally ended up with mixed media for the enormously wide range of possibilities it offers. I have since created and continuously do lots of little “illusory worlds” which invite the observer to take a close look.
Each painting takes me on a journey, sometimes unwelcome and heartbreaking, sometimes joyous, but always illuminating.
All my new work is about the connection between nature and human being. I left México City on a journey to nature. Without fear and the risk of not knowing what I would find, far from everything, pure exploration. In the process my ego dissolved became none, the risk was high. When I discovered the bones, sat there with nature as one connected whole, no mind, to give way to creation. The work was done in the flow of the present limitless moment, with the experience of dissolving into nature. I knew in my being I had found Truth.
While my aesthetic sense springs from wonder at the variety and mystery of the body’s physical reality, my photographs are primarily aimed at recording the beauty of the female form from an abstract point of view.
Painting is a process of seeing and feeling.
The way people are looking into the world, people are living against their background and are expecting something will come into their lives.