A visual journey to help us remember and reconnect with our inner peace
Dive into the serene world of ocean art with me! I'm a Canadian-Peruvian artist nestled along a Southern Ontario (lake) beach in Canada. I find endless inspiration in the beauty and purity of marine life—a world that has captivated me since my childhood along the Pacific Coast in Lima, Peru.
My art is a visual journey, a story beyond the canvas to help us rediscover and reconnect with ourselves. Combining the tranquility of the ocean and its vibrant colours, I aim to create a moment of stillness- a pause in time - where you can find uninterrupted peace.
My creations invite you to release, reflect, and find joy in the simplicity of a moment. For me, art becomes more than a piece on the wall—it's a subtle dialogue between nature, art, and the serenity we all seek.
How Art Found Me...
Art has always been residing in me before I even realized its magnitude. From after school and Saturday morning cartoon sketches at the age of 6, and a still life painting class at the age of 7, I became obsessed with creating art.
At the age of 9, I moved to Canada with my family. My brother and I spent our first summer sketching and renting library books to help us improve our drawing skills. For reasons I did not understand at the time, when summer ended, so did my appetite for art.
By 31, I realized that art had never left my side at the age of 9, but that I had unknowingly stopped allowing myself to feel deep emotions.
Art and nature are my greatest teachers- they're wise, gentle, and compassionate; always ready to listen and help me release.
So, let the art gently guide you towards the calm, peace, and freedom you've been seeking—a piece of the ocean's tranquility, captured on canvas.
With every purchase, a ripple of impact extends beyond your walls, supporting ocean conservation and ensuring the beauty that inspires all of us remains protected.
5% of every sale goes toward ocean conservation by rotating between four ocean conservation institutes every month including Canadian Sea Turtle Network, Oceana Canada, Canadian Whale Institute, and most recently Coral Vita.