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Being

2020.
28 x 20 x 20 cm (including base); Modeled in clay, cast in bronze. What started as an artwork study, now embodies the idealized balance between strapping and vulnerable, finally Being and living at peace with oneself.

Ammonite Shell

2020
26.5cmX28cmX14cm, cement and aggregates, modeling and carving. The porous material evokes images of fossils and the ever-changing face of marine life responding to its submerged elements over time, imbuing the forces of nature.

Chaos Theorem

2020.
Assembly of wooden numbers. 30cm x 30cm x 18cm. A theorem is an explanation or expression based on hypothesis and experiments by which it must be proven. This sculpture suggests the current economic and health challenges faced during this pandemic. Under the artist´s perspective it is a call to raise awareness of the responsibility that we all must face to reduce our numbers.

Brain Coral

2020
30cm x 28cm x 16cm, cement and aggregates, modeling and carving. The name elicits images of transformations. The piece is like a coral fossil. It brings to mind human connectivity as a survival activity.

Jade Skirt

Year of creation: 2019.
Measurements: 30 x 30 x 23 CM
Materials: cement sculpture on glass base
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Emergence

2021
34x30x20cm., bronze; ‘Beauty emerges from encapsulated forces’

Phase

2019.
32x27x27 cm, cement. ‘Awaiting the transformation’

Silent Plea

2019
30x27x14 cm, cement sculpture on granite base. The materials, texture and color of this sculpture are sublime representation of volcanic rock. Under the artist’s perspective it reflects on the energy, strength and resilience of mother nature.

Xochitl

2019
31 x 27 x 14 cm, Cement. This sculpture invites the viewer to dwell on the brief time span of a flower´s cycle recalled by its form and aroma.

Phobia

2018
30 x 30 x 36 cm, Cement sculpture on glass base. This piece epitomizes the extreme panic that can take control of a person. It begins with a thought which slithers in the mind and submerges within the subconscious, paralyzing the individual and preventing them from regaining self-power.

Vestiges

2019
28 x 22 x 20 cm, cement. “Man did not weave the web of life, he is merely a strand in it. Whatever he does to the web, he does to himself.” -Chief Seattle

Taboo

2019
30 x 26 x 27 cm, bronze. In a world where all seek perfection and are carried along by manipulation, that which is different corresponds not with pre-established definition… however beautiful, it is unmentionable.

introspection

2006;    Materials: Cement
Measurements: 30 x 30 x 45 cm.
“The very center of your heart is where life begins – the most beautiful place on earth.” — Rumi

Serenity

2000.
Bronze.

In Love

2009.
Iron rod and plate.

Bedrock

2018;     18 x 23 x 12 cm, Assembly of rocks.
Family customs and beliefs are the solid foundation on which our lives are based.

Dancing Freedom

2009
47 x 40 x 33 cm., Recycled metal sculpture, iron base.
Binding wire is used by the artist as an expression of joy and liberation.

Linked

Year of creation: 2018
Measurements: 54 x15 cm
Materials: recycled objects
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Metamorphose

2019
61 x 22 x 20 cm, wood.
Embracing transformation

Integrity

2007
70 x 60 x 100 cm, Fused bronze and iron pieces. Third prize at the “Dubai Prints Festival 2020”.

Cairn

2020;    40 x 20 x 20 cm, Cement.
An invitation to reflect on these unprecedented times and the balance between desperation, despair and global solidarity; a simple yet subtle reminder that we must believe in humanity and its capability to work together.

One

2017
50 x 25 x 32 cm, Cement sculpture on stone base.
“Our experiment in federation, in the first instance, arose from a desire to increase the ties that bind us, as well as from the conviction of everyone that they were part of one family, and that they must gather under one leadership.”- Sheik Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan

Solace

2020.
36 x 30 x 20 cm., Cement.

Traces

2020.
37 x 28 x 16 cm., Cement.

Codex

2017
40x35x19 cm, Cement sculpture on granite base. This sculpture brings to life an ancient water pictogram, evoking my roots and embodying the very essence of who I am. Symbolism of the magnificent pictorial chronicles of Pre-Hispanic civilizations transported from the New World to the halls of Europe; artistic renditions of astronomy, medicine, and agriculture amidst the ceremonial trappings of people rooted to the earth.

Marine Life

2017
26x19x19 cm, cement. “Marine Life” visually represents our contact with the microorganisms of the ocean. We coexist with their simplicity and complexity. And although we have evolved into a more complex life form, yet they remain the basic unit of life, essential to all.

Salam

2018
25x34x26 cm, Cement sculpture, no base. The elements in this piece reflect a personal perception of “As Salam Alaykum” a welcome at home, from the core where protection power and gratitude evolve as a prayer.
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