"AN OVERVIEW"

She started her training in drawing and painting in her early 'teens with Juan Comuni in Junín, and later with Raúl Podestá in Buenos Aires.
After an interruption for almost twenty years she recommenced in 1978 with María Laura San Martín in Buenos Aires, and then in Mendoza with artists Antonio Sarelli, Carlos Ercoli, and, mainly, Angel Gil.

Works of her own can be found in Museums of Fine Arts as "Angel María de Rosa" in Junín, Buenos Aires; "Emiliano Guiñazú-Casa de Fader" in Mendoza; "Héctor Borla" in Santa Fé; "Eduardo Sívori" in Buenos Aires City; Regional Museum of Arid Zones in Lagunas del Rosario and Regional Museum of Malargüe, both in Mendoza, and in private collections in several Argentine cities, and in France, Spain, England, Israel, The United Etates, Canada, Brazil and Chile.

She has participated in more than 200 collective and awarded exhibitions and 86 solo shows

She works in oil with knives. Early on she devoted herself to painting still lives, flowers and landscapes. Later on she began to work on the human figure and on portraits. The celebrations for the fifth centennial of the discovery of America awakened her concern for the current condition of the originary nations, and since 1994 her work has dealt with themes such as "The owners of the land ... 500 years later", "Today as before" - secular practices not yet contaminated by globalization - and "Patronal feasts", which documents the activities developed in connection with these festivities that fuse indigenous and Christian believes, so dear to people such as our Huarpes in the desert of Lavalle and other Andean communities. Some 20 images of these series appeared on the video shown on a giant screen at the "National Grape Harvest Feast 2004".

A large sized work entitled "The internal debt", that alludes to the ever present problematic of the restitution of the land to the native people, has been chosen to participate at the 2005 National Salon of Visual Arts, Palais de Glace, Bs As City.

Other important series have been "Oils & Petroleum" - landscapes with scenes related to this topic - and "Oil sculptures" among which we find "La Toilette de Paulina" bestowed to the Fader Museum as requested by its management.