2014-2015 Taller de Creación Gráfica Rubén Maya. Querétaro, Mexico.

2000 BFA . Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York. May 2000. CPA: 3.92. 

Graduated with the Highest Honors. 

1994-1996 Facultad de Artes Plásticas, Universidad Veracruzana, Veracruz, Mexico, 

1993-1994 Talleres libres de la Universidad Veracruzana, Veracruz, Mexico. 



2020 Third Place at the 4th Annual Her Voice Art Exhibit 2020 at Expressions Graphics.

2000 Golden Key National Honor Society

1999 Mowris/Mulligan Scholarship Award. 

1998-2002 RIT International Scholarship Award. 



2020 International Exhibition Of Contemporary Printmaking Dialogues And Interpretations. Appearances.  "La Pinacoteca", of the Palace of Fine Arts of the Caldas University, located in Manizales - Colombia. September

2020 “Her Voice” 4th Annual Art Exhibit. Expression Graphics. Oak Park, IL. August.

2019 Instructors Art Exhibit. Ann Arbor Art Center. Ann Arbor, MI. August.

2019 Present Time. Solo Show. Kerrytown Concert House. Ann Arbor, MI. May.

2018 Three Journeys Converging. Kerrytown Concert House. Ann Arbor, MI. October.

2018 Sanctuary. AAAC. Ann Arbor, MI. June.

2018 Pop Up Solo exhibition at the AAAC. Ann Arbor, MI. April. 

2018 Ypsi Now. Riverside Arts Center. Ypsilanti, MI. January.

2017 Holiday Art Show. Ann Arbor Art Center. Ann Arbor, MI. December.

2017 Forage V. 22 North Gallery. Ypsilanti, MI. September.

2017 FFY. August Artist Feature: Paloma Nunez-Regueiro. Bona Sera Restaurant. Ypsilanti, MI. August.

2017 Social Justice Art Festival. Trotter Multicultural Center. Ann Arbor, MI. March.

2017 Emergent Effect. Ann Arbor Art Center and Ypsi Alloy Studios. January.

2016 Art off the wall. Ann Arbor Art Center. November.

2016 "Diálogos e Interpretaciones" Itinerant Print Show.

 -Redlands University. Ann Peppers Hall. Redlands, California. EEUU January, 2016.

 -Mission Grafica, San Francisco, CA, March, 2016

 -University of South Dakota, I.D. Weeks Library Vermillion, SD April, 2016

 -Pontífica Universidad Javernia. Cali, Colombia May, 2016.

2016“Print Show”Second edition. Group exhibition and sale. Querétaro, Querétaro, México.

2016“Print Show”. Galería Municipal Rosario Sánchez de Lozada. Querétaro, Querétaro, México.

2015 "Diálogos e Interpretaciones" Itinerant Print Show.

 -CAS Gallery, Miami University. Miami, Florida. EEUU. July, 2015

 -Whitman College, Wall Walla, Wisconsin. EEUU. August, 2015

 -Universidad de Calda. Palacio de Bellas Artes. Manizales, Colombia. September, 2015.

2014 “Quilts unlimited”. View Arts. Old Forge, New York. October 11th, 2014. 

2012 “Primera exposición de patchwork in Cordoba”. CIART. Cordoba, Argentina. March, 2012.

2002 Solo exhibition.“Warm strokes” Art Center Old Forge. Old Forge, New York. January, 2002

1999 “Interior Spaces”. Gallery R, Rochester, New York. September, 1999.

1999 “Prologues” collective exhibition. Gallery R. Rochester, New York. July, 1999.

1999 “Big Paintings: a group exhibit". Center at High Falls, 2nd Floor Gallery. Rochester, New York. 

1999 XEROX collective exhibition. Rochester, New York. 

1996 "La Locura" (Madness) collective exhibit. May 17th, 1996. Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico.

1996 Annual Student Exhibit of the School of Arts. April 25th, 1996 Xalapa , Veracruz, Mexico.

1994 Collective Exhibit in Poza Rica. September 15th,1994. Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico

1994 Ninth state Exhibit of the students of Free Workshops of Art in Xalapa, Museum of

Anthropology. August 10th, 1994. Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico 

1994 Collective Exhibit for re-inauguration of the Free Workshops. June 24th, 1994 Xalapa, Veracruz, 


1994 Collective Student Exhibit at the House of Culture in Coatepec. January 7th, 1994. Coatepec,

Veracruz, Mexico



2013 Acero Arte Collection. Mexico City. 



“The Hand” Magazine. Issue 30. November 2020.

“Local Artists Go Big-Time” Brighton-Pittsford Post. August 1999.

“RIT student's art espouses family” Democrat and Chronicle. Rochester, NY. July, 1999.

“Warm Strokes exhibit” Hamilton County News. January 1st, 2002.

”Warm Exhibit Opens At Arts Center”. Adirondack News. January 7th, 2002