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My art represents the dimensions I perceive in the life of women. Where are they going? What will become of them? I wonder about the present and the future, about that which can be seen, and also the unknown.

I have been attracted to painting and fine art from a young age and began painting when I was a teenager.
As a young adult, caught up by my professional activity, I left painting aside for a few years.
I set up a holistic wellbeing practice dedicated to women who were seeking my guidance to find confidence and their femininity.
I later realized that the energy I invested in women during those years had influenced my creativity.
As I became a mother, I felt the urge to paint again. It is also a healing process where I draw energy that helps me live with a life-altering disease.
Self-taught, my work focuses on representing the inner beauty of women and their path -our path- through life and towards an afterlife.
The beauty of women can be seen in my “Curvature” and my “Buttocks” series.
India has influenced my work during the 6 years I spent in New Delhi. The spirituality of Indian women resonated with mine, and the vastness of the country challenged me to show their diversity. Their gaiety, their laughter, their energy, their smiles, even in the direst conditions, whatever their social status, were striking and awed me. I was moved by what I saw and felt.
This translated in the introduction of collages on my canvases as a way to dress up my women and respect their intimacy, while describing the variety and depth of their feelings. The result is the interpretation of women resting, squatting, dreaming, moving, marvelling, walking -some of them suspended in time-, as can be seen in my “Squatting Women” and “Walking Women” series.
While in India, I received in 2018 an award by the Ministry of Women and Child Development on the occasion of the International Women’s Day for excellence in the field of art, and I received in 2021 the World University of Design Critic’s Choice Award for my work during the pandemic.
Paths through life and towards an afterlife can be seen in my “Landscapes” and “Paths” series, as an inner spiritual awakening
has progressively taken over my work. I wonder about the present and the future, about that which can be seen, and the unknown.
Having moved to Turin in the summer of 2021, I continue my work around my main themes.
Being influenced by the way the light reflects on my new surroundings, nearby hills and mountains, I have been introducing new shades to my “Landscapes” and “Paths” series.