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How did you begin your career as an artist? My entire life I have loved to paint, since I was a child. My professional life as an artist began after graduating the School and College of Art, a long time ago. My first job was in advertising. After that, I worked with publishing houses, illustrating children’s books. I love to use almost all water colours. And oil, acrylic, ink. Drawings could also be in crayons, charcoal or different other mediums.


My studio is small, attached to my apartment. It is always very busy, full of specific materials for work. Nothing special, but it is very familiar, especially because I have my dog, and wild birds are singing on my balcony which is also full of plants.


The music, depending on my mood and the content of the work, is always playing in my studio. My favorite pieces are for guitar and bandoneon.


Favorite items The camera, a few recent works and of course, charcoal and crayons are always on my desk. And always, my daughter’s picture. I did a small sculpture of Akka that may be my favorite piece as of right now.


Mornings are my most creative but I love to work anytime. I wake up very early, before the sunrise in summer, because that is when the skies are most beautiful. Then walking Akka, coming back and, with my coffee near, starting to work.


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