Professor of Visual Arts. University of Chile. Goldsmith.

Being a teacher in Visual Arts allows her to study, investigate and discover different means of plastic expression. In February 2006 she began her studies in Goldsmithing, in the School of Jewelry of Pamela de la Fuente and from that moment she continues to participate in a continuous way in different specific courses with the teachers Charles Codina, Ricardo Domingo, Jorge Castañón and Francine Schloeth, that allows her to discover that creating a jewel is an act of poetry, full of metaphors and symbolism.

In 2011 he joined the Jewelery Association JOYA BRAVA 

"My jewels are free of conventionalism, I pretend they are; They have roots in this land and in the native peoples. The intention is to tell stories through them and encourage the observer to investigate the world they represent. "

JoyaBrava is a non-profit trade union association that gathers more than 30 contemporary Chilean jewellers, who work the jewellery as a means of artistic expression,  investigating and experimenting with materials, concepts and processes.

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