About

Born 1956 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Currently lives and works in San Francisco, CA.

 
 

Education

  • Atelier Pedro Pont Verges & Julio Pagano, 1970
  • Honors Degree in Theatrical Costume and Set Design, Universidad delSalvador, Facultad de    Escenografía, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1978
  • Humorous Drawing, Paris American Academy, Paris, France, 1980
  • Diplôme d’Etudes en Langue Française, Alliance Française, Paris, France, 1980

Member

  • National Association of Women Artists.
  • The San Francisco Women Artists Gallery.        
  • Signature Member of the Colored Pencil Society of America.

Collections

  • Zimmerli Art Museum, Permanent Collection. New Brunswick, New Jersey
  • Arkansas Arts Center Drawing Collection, Little Rock, Arkansas.
  • Jackye and Curtis Finch jr. Collection

Publications

  • Catalog of Face to Face: Artists' Self-Portraits from the collection of Jackye and     Curtis Finch, Jr., 2013     
  • CPSA Signature Showcase Book, 2010
  • American Artist Drawing Magazine, Winter issue, 2005
  • Calyx, a Journal of Art and Literature by Women, A 25th Anniversary Anthology", 2001
  • "Best of Colored Pencils 5", Rockport Publishers, 1999
  • "American Artist", December 1998
  • "Communication Arts, Illustration Annual 39", July 1998
  • "Calyx, a Journal of Art and Literature by Women", Volume 14-3, 1997
  • "Bookbuilders West, Book Show Catalog", 1993
  • "New England Show", 1992
  • "Bookbuilders of Boston, Book Show Catalog", 1992

   Awards

  • The Susan Kahn Award, 2006
  • Friends of CPSA Award, International Colored Pencil Exhibition, 2004
  • The Derwent Fine Art Pencil Award For Outstanding Recognition, International Colored Pencil Exhibition 2002
  • CPSA Award for Exceptional Merit and EXXPY Trophy, First Colored Pencil Experimental Exhibition, 2001
  • Friends of CPSA Award, International Colored Pencil Exhibition, 2000
  • Walter Foster Publishing Award, International Colored Pencil Exhibition, 1999
  • Friends of CPSA Award, International Colored Pencil Exhibition, 1998
  • Communication Arts, Illustration Annual 39, 1998
  • SFWA Award, "The apple" Show, 1997
  • SFWA Award, "Hands and the Heart" Show, 1997
  • SFWA Award, "International women" Show, 1997
  • SFWA Award, "Cycles" Show, 1997

Illustration

  • Detrás de la Brisa del Alba, a Poem, by Gustavo Pesoa, 1988
  • La Oración Del Sueño, a Poem, by Gustavo Pesoa, 1988
  • Peregrinos, a Poem, by Gustavo Pesoa, 1989
  • The Day The Rabbi Disapeeared, by Howard Schwartz, 2000
  • Favorite Fairy Tales Told in Spain, by Virginia Haviland 1995

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