I was born in Argentina in 1964. My exposure to art was very limited in those days, and I had to rely on my imagination to fuel my artistic drive. Sometimes it would be spurred by the world around me, such as a particularly memorable moment of staring at the shadows and reflections of light dancing on the roof. My father taught me how to draw trees. Little did I know, trees, and landscapes as a whole, would be the fulcrum of my later career as a professional artist.
Growing up, the written word stimulated my ravenous creativity. Works of Latin American authors such as Julio Cortázar, Gabriel García Márquez and Mario Vargas Llosa