May 30, 2012

Guild of the Black Eagle 5. A group show curated by David Hochbaum

You are invited to see my work from June 6 to July 5, at
 Fuse Gallery 
93 2nd Ave. NYC, NY, 10003
Opening Reception: Wed. June 6th, 7 to 10 PM 

February 1, 2012

Sketchbook Project 2012

This is another little sketchbook I just finished for the 2012 Sketchbook Project. Since I only had about 3 days to work on it (due to pure procrastination), the work is quite minimal. I mostly used acrylic paint, despite the very small dimension of the book. You can see the entire book at the Art House Coop website or my Facebook page.

January 24, 2011

The Sketchbook Project

This is a sketchbook I created for the Brooklyn Art Library's traveling exhibition called The Sketchbook Project. To learn more about the show, go to
You can see the complete book (33 pages) on facebook, and at
Most works are mixed-media collage on paper, where I use everything from color pencils, acrylic, watercolor, ink and graphite. These works will be exhibited in various cities across the States, starting in New York, February 19th, 2011. For a complete list of cities and exhibition dates, go to the Art House Co-op website and look for the Sketchbook Project itinerary map.

September 5, 2009

These are some of my most recent mixed-media collage, currently being shown at Gallery 5, Richmond, VA. They are 12x12 inches, and are available for sale. Very affordable prints of most works are also available. If interested in purchasing works, please contact me at

July 31, 2009

Upcoming Exhibition

Gallery 5
200 W. Marshall St.
Richmond, Virginia 23220
Phone: 804 644 0005
Opening: Friday, September 4th

July 6, 2009

June 30, 2009


Corporate & Museum Frame Gallery
301 West Broad Street, Richmond, VA, 23220
Friday, July 03, 2009

March 18, 2009

To contact me about upcoming exhibitions or to purchase works, you can e-mail me at, or look me up on Facebook. To read more about this series, go to

March 16, 2009

This was a little installation I did on top of my coffee table. The Lovers went on to become part of an elaborate game of cards. They are conjoined and forever crippled by their apparent inability to move independently from one another. If separated, the severed half could not bare the absence of her lover, and would surely perish, without legs of her own. Their destiny is unsure. 

These are part of an ongoing series of works on "family portraits". The wedding pictures are of my grandmother, the little girl dressed for Carnaval is me,  the piece with the identity card has 3  pictures of my mother, and the girl doing her homework in school is my mother's younger sister.