Ceramics has allowed me to mimic nature and to bring awareness that we live in a sensitive world that we must protect.
Clay is been the longest material I use to create.

"Spoon Leafs Trio"
Coils and low fire glazes

"ID Plant stalk"
Terracota clay, black underglazes

  "Xilomena" Aztec goddess of agriculture, nourishment, abundance, deity of food, drink and female aspect. I want to bring awareness on sustainable agricultural practices and the end of  genetical modified crops, specially  corn, choclo, elote considered a sacred Indigenous sacred food plant.

"Yoruba's Brew" an understanding  of the  Trans-Atlantic African slave trade brought not only in the US but in Central and South America. An estimated 3 millions Afro-Latinos currently living here. "Yoruba's brew, a healer brining peace, pride and joy

Jarritos Collection

A visual analogy , between races and flavors  with a twist of Mexican Pop Culture.

Acrylic on canvas

Acrylic on canvas

#Tropical Jungle
Acrylic on canvas

#African Savana
Acrylic on Canva

Poster  Commision
5 de Mayo 

Love in the time of Covid-19 

Nurse, essential worker

"Nurses for Seattle"
Mixed Media. Original artwork
May 2019

#quarantine, illustration, transformative feelings

"Wake me up when is over"
Mixed Media. Original artwork
March 2019

self care, bubble bath, illustration, artwork

" #Me time"
 Mixed Media. Original Artwork
April 2019

Sea Life Mixed-Media

"Tahlequa Whale"
Mixed Media 

"Juneau Road Guide"
Mixed Media   

"Be Brave, take risks"
Wood Panel, Mixed media 2018

"Ninfa in South Park
Mixed media