Education and Professional Experience
She graduated as an architect from the José Antonio Echeverría Higher Polytechnic Institute in 1985.
She has made three solo shows and participated in 16 group exhibitions, among them: Drawings on Porcelain, Frankfurt Fair, Germany, 1996; Young Cuban Architecture, Center for the Development of the Visual Arts, Havana, Cuba 1990 and Dangerous Gender: five cuban artits, Luis Rosales Cercedilla Cultural Center, Madrid, Spain, 2005.
Awards and Residencies
In 1987 she received the Gutes Design prize for Usable Ceramics in Berlin, Germany; Mention at the Iberian American Architectural Contest of the Eduardo Torroja Institute, Spain, 1988, and Mention at the City Salon, 13th edition, 2002.
Some of her works are in private collections and museums like the Museum of Applied Arts in Gera, Germany; the INAC Chiriquí in Panama, and private collections in the United States of America, Germany, Italy and Cuba.