2013 – International Symposium Norge, Larvik – Norway
2012 – VI Simposio Int. de Escultura Ciudad de Roldan, Roldan, Santa Fe – Argentina
2010 – II Festival de Escultura Guatemala Inmortal, Guatemala City– Guatemala
The reason why you do stone sculpture, the admire artists, and artwork style, etc.）
Nature has always inspired me and my work was woven around the idea of harmony and evolution. This theme is represented through simple elements, interlaced forms that complete each other; their movement suggests a permanent sprouting, an evolving cycle, and their interaction generates symmetry. When we recognize the patterns of nature, we become more aware of what happens around us, and this consciousness helps to see our connection with the world. Therefore, when I represent nature patterns in the sculptures I create a connection with life and with other people. On the other hand, when people appreciate the sculpture and recognize those patterns, they create a connection with their own nature and the source of life. The stones are the main material used for the sculptures but I also create with metal and wood. I like to switch techniques and materials to maintain a balance in the creative process. I also appreciate creating interactive artworks in which people can play, swing or climb. Over the last 10 years I traveled to different countries and had the opportunity to create sculptures overseas, meet different cultures and experience that this global exchange improves the human relations and generates a cycle of learning, changing and evolving.