Canvas / Paper / Wood


"building a relationship and an union"


The macaw is often a symbol of a sacred union and lasting relationships. The flower "Bauhinia variegata" has the meaning of building. These two elements mean: Building a relationship and a union. Both the flower and the bird are native to Mexico. It also connects with the Mexican Sign Language, which means "union".

It represents a community where people work together, create a connection and build trust through honesty and support. Fostering communication and mutual understanding through the open exchange of thoughts, feelings, ideas and opinions. Recognising appreciation and respect through needs and perspectives. This strengthens the mutual bond.


100 x 100 x 5 cm




"zamá is the dawn, the renewal of energy"


The series of my work showcases the beautiful sunrises of Tulum, as seen from the archaeological site, combined with the flora and fauna observed by the ancient Maya. Human hands express "sunrise" in Mexican Sign Language.


The bird is the turquoise-browed Motmot (Eumomota supercilious), known in the Maya Language as "Toh".

The flower is the Beach Spider Lily (Hymenocallis littorals).

6 colours were chosen form Mexican palettes, and used the map of the Tulum archaeological zone. 


 120 x 90 x 5 cm




"peace, compassion and love"


This series of images of my last work depicts the humpback whale and "queen of the night" flower as they combine the peace, compassion and love.


I remember a Mexican woman, almost the same age as m mother, showing me beautiful "queen of the night" (=la Reina de la note) flower in front of her shining eye.

It blooms only one night every year, its petals start to open at nightfall and its flower fades in just a few hours.

Just beautiful emotional moment with her watching this beautiful white flower at night.



150 x 60 x 5 cm