It doesn’t matter what gender you were born or how you identify yourself to the world. We all have a femenine, fragile beautiful side that we cannot deny.

Growing up in Mexico, I was surrounded by the most vibrant of histories and traditions, but what made a powerful impact  was visiting Frida Kahlo’s house, all these brilliant colors and textures that surrounded this strong but fragile woman. The way she expressed herself through painting, all the pain and frustration converting them into sublime and magical images.

She’s the inspiration for the dot portraits with flowers… all broken inside but when you put them together they make a precise image, a beautiful, femenine strong woman, adorned with flowers on the head just like Frida Kahlo and many other mexican women wear as a traditional costume.

Deconstruction II
Deconstruction II

Oil on canvas with antique frame.

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Red hair girl
Red hair girl

Oil on wood with antique frame

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Deconstruction I
Deconstruction I

Oil on paper

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Deconstruction III
Deconstruction III

Oil on canvas

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Black Girl
Black Girl

Oil on wood with antique frame

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Selfportrait
Selfportrait

Mixed media on canvas

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Tamara In Yellow
Tamara In Yellow

Oil and collage on wood

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Kiss me
Kiss me

Collage of a Woman with bold lips

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Golden Frida
Golden Frida

Mixed Media on canvas

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