Education and Professional Experience
She learned how to paint taking private classes with Manuel Vidal, painter, draftsman, art critic, poet and storyteller. In 1983 she designed and made the puppets and stage decoration for the piece Little Red Riding Hood, for the Cuban National Puppet Theater.
She is a member of the Association of Artists and Writers of Cuba and of the International Association of Visual Artists (AIAP). She has been a juror in different visual arts salons.
She has made four serigraphs at René Portocarrero Workshop of Havana.
In 2003, her tile design for the Rampa project was selected for execution (reanimation of La Rampa of Havana). In addition to painting, she draws, engraves and makes soft sculpture.
Collective Exhibitions and Events
In 2001, together with artist Rocío García, she represented Cuba in the Iberian American event of female painters “Women with Spirit”, in Panama City.
Some of her works are in private collections in Cuba, Spain, France, Italy, Germany, Sweden, Yugoslavia, Russia, Canada, United States, Mexico, Colombia, Venezuela, Nicaragua, Chile, Belgium, Panama, Argentina, Jamaica, Senegal, Nigeria and Japan.
Her works have been reproduced in the following publications: Cuba Internacional, Revolución y Cultura, Bohemia, Urbe, Albur, España Republicana, Unión. Universidad de la Habana, La Gaceta de Cuba, el Caimán Barbudo, Granma, Juventud Rebelde, Trabajadores, Tribuna de La Habana, Revista Arte Cubano, Mujeres, Decenio (Nicaragua) and ARTNEXUS (Colombia). Raysa White directed a video short film of the series “Mirarte” for the Cuban television network.