We said goodbye to several people this year, but the dearest one to us was Helen Ruenitz. I learned from her to see, even though she was losing her sight to a Macula degeneration disease. She was kind and she was fair.
I grew up in Mexico City, in a Cuban-Mexican household. There I learned about family legacies, color, music, chile, ajo and the drama of life. My college years were spent in California studying graphic design. Married with one child, my husband, George and I spent the next 27 years in the East coast between NY & CT working as designers/creative directors.
After the millennium we looked for a change of life, we started to create our own art. In 2007 moved to Todos Santos, BCS. Shortly after we re-invented ourselves learning how to make bread and bought Peace and Loaf, an artisanal bakery. We dedicated ourselves to baking bread for two years after which we realized left no time for the development of our art. So we made another turn and in this chapter we live our life with art as our focus. Balance is what we look for in life.