I studied Graphic Design at the Catholic University of Asuncion, while simultaneously working in the Journal “Noticias” as the Sunday magazine illustrator. Later, I took courses in drawing and illustration at the School of Fine Arts in Salamanca, Spain. I also did a Master in 3D Animation in the “Instituto Aula Temática de Madrid”, Spain in the hope of giving life to my drawings. I have used my skills in different projects, such as drawing children’s stories, creating characters for various newspapers, and drawing a real-sized exhibition stand simulating an Asebio company kitchen in Spain. Another job that I really enjoyed was the creation of “Avancita” for the company Avanzalibros. In Washington I am involved in various projects, such as the Art Museum of the Americas where I drew a series of educational materials for their education program. I have also participate in Artomatic, where I showed my drawings, and paint the exhibiting hall, both of which were very well received. The event lead to a number of invitations to participate in other Art Soirre events, suchas as the reinagutation of the Georgetown riverfront after suffered flood damage the year before. I was also invited to participate in Aire Soirre’s 3rd annual Midsummer Night’s Dream, a fantastical show where I painted live models for the first time. I was also invited to exhibit at Gallaudet University, is a very prestigious university for deaf and hard of hearing students. I currently work closely with Art Soiree, having become part of their artistic team, and participating in various cities around the country. Additionally I work with “Thankfully Yours” where I sell my drawings and illustrations.

I had been drawing and designing about different themes for a while, until one day I discovered that I was deeply attracted by small expressions we find in people and life in general.  Because of this, I have aimed at showing, through my drawings, expressive details from everyday life that may sometimes go unnoticed.  I believe that little expressions say more than words.  I also believe that expressions can be better grasped through contemplation, in silence, enhancing our capacity to understand the true human emotions and features of our world that lie behind the expressions…

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