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The use of found objects is the main focus in my creations.

We live in a society that discards everything without thinking where those things came from or what damage this does to our environment.

I have a dream that all we are going through right now will pass and our future will be better.

Just with creativity and jumping quantum leaps we will be able to fix our future.

The message in my art is to imagine other solutions reusing what we have, recycling our trash and giving Mother Earth a break.

In this way, I believe that we artists can make a difference.

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Visit my new studio @ the Addison Circle

15520 Quorum Dr.,
Addison TX, 75001

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Featured/Press

Publications:
Art Reveal Magazine
Random Sample: online literary journal
Les Femmes Folles - online journal supporting women in the Arts
365rtists/365DaysGallery & Artists Database

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9=One is being displayed at Human Rights?#Diversity
Fondazione Opera Campana dei Caduti, Colle di Miravalle, Rovereto
Trento - Italy
May 21-Sept 21 2016
Project organized & curated by Roberto Ronca, Spazio Tempo Arte - Italy

Memories from Atlantis, Metropolis & Artachian Matrix will be displayed @ Fantasy & Reality: an exhibit about Utopian & Distopian Worlds
Georgetown Art Center
816 South Main Street,
Georgetown, TX 78626
Opening: July 16th - thru Aug. 21st

Domum Agelus @11th Annual TAC Juried Membership Exhibit
Fort Worth Community Arts Center
300 Gendy St.
Fort Worth, TX - 76107
Opening: August 5th

Most recent:

Tempus Officina

From Latin, Factory of Time

Do the clocks follow time, or do we just follow the clock and there is no time?

Wall hanging assemblage sculpture with found objects
Size:15x12x8in.

Hunting in New York Series

Assemblage sculpture with found objects
Sizes: 6x8in, 5x7in

Officina de Juvenes

From Latin, Factory of Youth
Assemblage sculpture with found objects
Size: 20x27x8in

Officina Robotum

From Latin, Robots Factory
Assemblage sculpture with found objects and LED lights
Size: 16x14x9in

Domum Angelus

From Latin, Angel of the House
Assemblage sculpture with found objects and LED lights
Size: 12x7x7in

Magna Felis Sanctorum

From Latin, Big Cats Sanctuary
Assemblage sculpture with found objects and LED lights
The central dome with the cubs revolve around its own axis. The rest of the piece is still.

2015 - Other Artworks

Memberships


Texas Sculpture Association
www.txsculpture.com


The Mac
www.the-mac.org


Plano Art Association


Texas Art Coalition




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