Graduated from the Fine Arts Academy, National School of Fine Arts, Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she studied weaving, handmade paper and fiber construction. She was awarded an Honorable Mention at the 1989 National Fiber Art competition in Argentina and at “Our Voices, Our Images” in 2003 at the Inter-American Development Bank in Washington, DC.

She has participated in more than 40 juried, solo and group exhibitions at art centers, museums, as well as public and private galleries in the United States, Argentina, Brazil, Italy, Spain and France. Her most recent exhibits were at the Argentinean Embassy and White Cloud Gallery in Washington, DC; Black Rock Art Center in Germantown, and Penn Place Gallery in Kensington, MD and Historic Yellow Spring, Chester Spring, PA

Former member of cooperative galleries such as Gallery 10, Washington, DC, and The Art Gallery of Potomac, MD. Her artworks can be found at private collections in several countries, and at the permanent collection of The Latino Museum of Art and History in Los Angeles, and The Holocaust Museum in Buenos Aires.

She currently works for Montgomery County Public Schools and several private art programs.

Press Reviews: Old Town Crier: Gallery Beat (2004), by F. Lennox Campello.

“Insight” Montgomery County magazine, September 2007.

Celia Wren: Diaspora, Art & Entertainment, Washington Post, December 2014.

The Examiner, Washington, DC December 2014

White Cloud Gallery, Bold, Art from the Americans without borders, Washington DC

Painting in the 21st Century, Group show at Site New York, Brooklyn NY

White Cloud Gallery, Landscape a group show, Whashington DC

Group Show Goldman Gallery, Bender JCC, Rockville, MD

Latino Art Now, Queens University, Charlotte, North Carolina

Touchstone Gallery, What's next group show, Washington DC

White Cloud Gallery, Washington DC

Historic Yellow Spring group show, Chester Spring, Pensilvania

7x7 Abstract artist, Argentina Embassy, Washington DC


‘Elements of nature “Glenview Masion:, City of Rockville, MD

“A selection of Artist” Washington ArtWorks”, Rockville, MD

“Interpretation of trees” Argentinean Embassy, Washington DC

“Encaustic art, Penn Place Gallery”, Garret Park, MD


It’s Abstract, Black Rock Center for the arts, Germantown, MD

“Eyes on the Border” Del Rey Artisans, Alexandria, VA

“Exploring Today and remembering tomorrow” a Fiber art exhibition at Verizon Gallery, Cultural Center of NOVA, Annandale Campus, VA

“Alchemical Vessels” Exhibition and benefit at the Smith Center for healing and the Arts in DC

“Tango Vision” Consulate General of Argentina in New York, NY

“Tokens and Sentiments”, Group exhibition at Washington Artworks, Rockville, MD


“Converging cultures”: Works by Latino Artist, University of Mary Washington, VA

Borda-Federman-Mortola Arte y Parte Galeria , Buenos Aires, Argentina

“TangoArt “Friendship Height Village, Chevy Chase, MD

Women’s National Democratic Club, Washington, DC: “BA to DC”

“Color and Form” Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Reston, VA

Embassy of Argentina: “Tango visions” Washington, DC


“Quadratic formula” La Luna gallery, Washington, DC

Solo Show at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation, Bethesda, MD

Eyes on the border, Takoma Community Center, Takoma Park, MD

Solo exhibition: The Art Gallery of Potomac, MD

Argentinean Art at the Philadelphia City Hall, PA


Group show at The Suffolk Center for the Arts, Suffolk, VA

Solo exhibition at The Art Gallery of Potomac, Potomac, MD

Salon de Otono, Embassy of Argentina in Washington DC


Solo exhibition at Gallery 211, Baltimore, Maryland

Solo exhibition Consulate of Argentina in New York, NY

“Hybrid” Group show at The Latino Museum of History, Art and Culture, Los Angeles, CA

Abstract Realities, a group show of local artist, District of Columbia Arts Center Gallery

Gallery 10 group show at Center for the Arts Canton Merchant Family Gallery Manassas, VA

3rd Annual Tribute to Fiber art Exhibit, Black Rock Center for the Arts, Germantown, MD


Solo show: Vision Exhibition Space Conference Center, Rockville, Maryland Sponsor by the Arts and Humanities of Montgomery County, MD

Fusion, American classics meet Latin American Art, Biggs Museum of American Art, Delaware.

Galeria O+O Oriente & Occidente Gestión Cultural, Valencia, España

Gallery 10 at Alain Prian Gallery in Saint- Cir Lapopie, France

Group Show: Mes de la Mujer, Salón Cultural B. Rivadavia, Mendoza, Argentina

V Salon Internacional de Libre Expresión, RG en el Arte, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Pan American Symphony Orchestra Silent Auction, decoration on a violin, Washington DC


DCXVII Ibero- American Art Salon “Calentamiento Global” American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center, Washington DC

Solo Exhibition: “Barcode” Gallery 10, Washington, DC

Small sculpture Gallery 10 Members, Washington, DC

American Landscape, Gallery 10 at Santa Reparata International School of Art, Florence, Italy


Invitational Sculpture Washington Square, Washington, DC

Open Season, Group show at Gallery 10, Washington DC

Art Fair: “Expotrastienda”, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Gala Theatre, Tivoli Square and Starbucks Coffee, Washington, DC

Color and Beyond, PAinT group show at Ratner Museum, Bethesda, MD

Art-o-matic 2007, Crystal City, Arlington, Virginia


“Argentinean Artist” at The Ratner Museum, Bethesda, MD

Group show at City Hall, Gaithersburg, MD


Public Art Project, Ponymania, Potomac, Maryland

Bidolegui – Federman, Museo Fundacional Mendoza, Argentina

Art with Accent- Latin Americans in the Mid-Atlantic, Arlington Art Center- Arlington, Virginia


Earth and Heaven People, Montgomery County Libraries Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month (Quince Orchard and Aspen Hill Libraries), MD

Four Expressions, The Ratner Museum, Bethesda, MD


“Our voices, Our images”, a celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, Cultural Center of the Inter-American Development Bank

No flying Zone, M. L. King Jr. Library, Washington, DC

Solo show, Embassy of Argentina, Washington, DC


National Press Club, Washington DC, Members of the Wilson Center Gallery

Solo Show: Artist Museum, Washington DC

Art-o-matic, Washington DC

Annual Art Exhibition/Auction Whitman-Walker Clinic

(also 1997-’98-’99-2000 and ‘05-‘06-’07-’08’-09’)


Wilson Center Gallery, Washington D.C. Far away places Juror: Artemis Zenetiou. Different tacks: Juror: Robert Cohen. New Works: F. Lennox Campello.

Book Mark: Little City Art Studio, Bethesda, MD

Art Auction Food & Friend


Art-o-matic, Washington DC

eklekticos gallery of art, 5th Annual International All Media Juror: Dianne Beal

Wilson Center Gallery, Washington DC: Sweet & Sour, Juror: Williem De Looper. Todos!, Juror: Bill Rock. Fire and Ice, Juror: Manon Cleary


Members Shows, Museum of Contemporary Art, Washington D.C.

Landscape: Wilson Center Gallery, Washington D.C. Juror: R. Merrill


“Diva Spring-Sprong” Performance Art Event, Hall of Mirrors Glen Echo.

Graphic design for “ Jewish table arrangements” Zionist Argentinean Women, Bs. As. Argentina


20th Montgomery County Juried Art Exhibition.

Small Works Show, Eklektikos Gallery, Washington, D.C.

’97-’98 Season- C. Sumner School Museum “Encounters and Traditions”

Six Women, Martin L. King Memorial Library, Washington, D.C


Graphic design for the play “The false Witness: The trial of Adolf Hitler” at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington

Annual 121212, Rockville Art Place, Rockville, Maryland.

Spaces and Memories, Martin L. King Memorial Library, Washington, DC

Presence of the Argentine Art, The Florida Museum of Hispanic and Latino American Art, Miami, Florida.


Imaging the Spirit (Chapter of the Women Caucus Arts), Urban Gallery, Washington, DC

Third Open Multimedia Juried Biennial, Howard County Center for the Arts, Ellicott City, MD.


Third Annual Small Works, Rockville Art Place, Rockville, Maryland.

30th Annual Juried Competition by Associated Artist of Winston-Salem, South Carolina.


Annual Montgomery County Juried Exhibition, Maryland.

Group Show at the Gallery of Americas, Bethesda, Maryland.

Group Show at Goldman Art Gallery, Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington, Rockville, Maryland.

Honorable Mention by the Juried Exhibition, Florida Society of Fine Arts Miami, Florida.