Welcome to the Flock!

Me había olvidado de mi primer libro para colorear. La idea surgió de una experiencia más bien mala, estos dibujos estaban pensados para ser un regalo, pero terminaron como un libro para colorear para que todos lo vieran. Como sabes, mi obsesión son las plumas y los picos, y dibujé 48 pollos diferentes. Los librosContinue reading “Welcome to the Flock!”

Gestural calligraphy series

  This series was made between 2013 and 2015 to experiment with calligraphic textures that occupy more or less defined areas. They also proved to be a relaxing therapy by not having to think too hard about what to write with a pen. It is related to automatic writing exercises where you shouldn’t think beforeContinue reading “Gestural calligraphy series”

The Raven

This Corvid comes from a literary inspiration (Nevermore, of course). It started as a doodle, I ended up liking it so much that I kept working on it, adding the literary element (calligraphy) as a texture in the background. It could mean thought, it could mean blood, it could mean pain, it could mean aContinue reading “The Raven”

Series: The Rumi Birds

The poems from Rumi are so simple and powerful, maybe because they are about the deepest emotions and true beauty. They go hand in hand with the imagery of birds because to me they represent the highest ideals and a connection to the whole Earth. These three short poems also resonate with me. I’ve struggledContinue reading “Series: The Rumi Birds”

Moana the Albatross

They say you can’t love what you don’t know. Ever since I discovered a webcam dedicated to albatrosses, I  was completely fascinated. I’ve loved birds since I was a little girl, and I also took care of three duck friends that I still miss dearly since they passed away. Ducks started my love for waterContinue reading “Moana the Albatross”

Series: Three Different Birds

  These feathered friends were drawn in 2013. I was intrigued by dictionary art, where people print all sorts of images on old dictionary pages. We of course have our share of old books and encyclopedias. I remember I used to read our 8-volumes encyclopedia for whatever I could find, especially chemistry and technical concepts.Continue reading “Series: Three Different Birds”