Eye of Horus
Eye of Horus

40x30

Acrylics, acrylic markers on wooden board

When working on this painting, I was inspired by the art of the Old Kingdom of Ancient Egypt. I was interested in stripping away the cultural context from the old Egyptian symbol of royal power and protection, while trying to find that line where human bravery and strength become mythical.

Eye of Ra
Eye of Ra

48x36

Acrylics on canvas

This painting is the second of the series and it continues to bring ancient symbols back to their human routes. Eye of Ra in Egyptian mythology is a feminine aspect of Ra, the God of the Sun Disk, whose tears created men. I was trying to go back to human tears and feelings behind them that were later glorified and turned into a myth of creation.

God's Eye
God's Eye

48x48

Acrylics on canvas

The final painting of the series takes on the issue of myth as such. God’s eye (Ojo de Dios) is a spiritual artifact that indigenous people of the Americas used as a symbol wisdom and an attempt to understand incomprehensible, the Mystery. The darkness of this mystery shines through every face on this painting. The mystery is empty, unknowable, and dead. It is the force that drives us to create myths about our lives.

Untitled
Untitled

36x48

Acrylics and mediums on cardboard

This piece was destroyed during my Bachelor degree in London. This is the only image I have of the painting. 

Mirror in mirror
Mirror in mirror

30x40

Collage of paintings (acrylics on canvas)

Portraits of three generations of women in my family. They are all reflections of one another, past in present in future. Here I tried to take this metaphor more literally, merging our portraits into one.

Untitled
Untitled

30x70

Collage of paintings (acrylics on canvas)

This piece has been sold and probably lost forever. This is the best image preserved of this painting. 

Negotiable reality of human body
Negotiable reality of human body

40x30

Acrylics, oils, watercolors, photography collage, paper collage, painting collage, marker, mediums, fabrics on canvas

Change and time always fascinated me. The change of human body, especially the one directed by a person herself, is to me an ultimate form of violence. The black lines on the painting is a different take on this idea of “directed lines”: Those are the marking of the plastic surgeon, who brings change to our physical and mental appearance.

Negotiable reality of human body #1
Negotiable reality of human body #1

48x36

Acrylics, watercolors, photography collage, paper collage, painting collage, marker, mediums, fabrics on canvas

Woman II
Woman II

19.5x23.5
(framed)
Charcoal, paper collage, mediums, coffee on paper

Person I
Person I

30x30
Acrylics on canvas

Eye of Horus
Eye of Ra
God's Eye
Untitled
Mirror in mirror
Untitled
Negotiable reality of human body
Negotiable reality of human body #1
Woman II
Person I
Eye of Horus

40x30

Acrylics, acrylic markers on wooden board

When working on this painting, I was inspired by the art of the Old Kingdom of Ancient Egypt. I was interested in stripping away the cultural context from the old Egyptian symbol of royal power and protection, while trying to find that line where human bravery and strength become mythical.

Eye of Ra

48x36

Acrylics on canvas

This painting is the second of the series and it continues to bring ancient symbols back to their human routes. Eye of Ra in Egyptian mythology is a feminine aspect of Ra, the God of the Sun Disk, whose tears created men. I was trying to go back to human tears and feelings behind them that were later glorified and turned into a myth of creation.

God's Eye

48x48

Acrylics on canvas

The final painting of the series takes on the issue of myth as such. God’s eye (Ojo de Dios) is a spiritual artifact that indigenous people of the Americas used as a symbol wisdom and an attempt to understand incomprehensible, the Mystery. The darkness of this mystery shines through every face on this painting. The mystery is empty, unknowable, and dead. It is the force that drives us to create myths about our lives.

Untitled

36x48

Acrylics and mediums on cardboard

This piece was destroyed during my Bachelor degree in London. This is the only image I have of the painting. 

Mirror in mirror

30x40

Collage of paintings (acrylics on canvas)

Portraits of three generations of women in my family. They are all reflections of one another, past in present in future. Here I tried to take this metaphor more literally, merging our portraits into one.

Untitled

30x70

Collage of paintings (acrylics on canvas)

This piece has been sold and probably lost forever. This is the best image preserved of this painting. 

Negotiable reality of human body

40x30

Acrylics, oils, watercolors, photography collage, paper collage, painting collage, marker, mediums, fabrics on canvas

Change and time always fascinated me. The change of human body, especially the one directed by a person herself, is to me an ultimate form of violence. The black lines on the painting is a different take on this idea of “directed lines”: Those are the marking of the plastic surgeon, who brings change to our physical and mental appearance.

Negotiable reality of human body #1

48x36

Acrylics, watercolors, photography collage, paper collage, painting collage, marker, mediums, fabrics on canvas

Woman II

19.5x23.5
(framed)
Charcoal, paper collage, mediums, coffee on paper

Person I

30x30
Acrylics on canvas

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