Her life deeply imprinted by her passion for colour and its visualisation through different techniques.
Tenerife, Canary Islands
BA in Fashion Design, Escuela Internacional IADE.
BA in Fashion Merchandising, The American College for the Applied Arts.
BA in Business Administration, The American College for the Applied Arts.
The artist was immersed in the international fashion world since childhood and it was this constant exposure that cemented her artistic restlessness and inspired her to study in different countries. These life experiences are responsible for her approach an creative vision reflecting a vast variety of influences.
Her professional path took her initially to Johannesburg and London, where she worked as a Senior Fashion Buyer for the Edgars and Burton Group and she was directly involved in the design of collections and textile prints.
Her work for these multinationals implied numerous international travels, which contributed to establish an extensive and diverse artistic base.
On her return to Spain she amplified her training by taking classes of restoration and painting. She gets involved in furniture design and was able to brilliantly culminate numerous projects for the private and commercial sector.
Throughout her professional career there has been a consistent statement, led by her particular use of colour and the attractive aesthetics that she expressed on different disciplines. Eventually decanting for a total immersion in oil painting.
In 2016 she moves to Cape Town, South Africa, where she opened her new Art Studio and developed over the next four years several projects that included collaborations with interior design firms, as well as having her firsts solo exhibitions.
At the beginning of 2020, Covid made her consider the convenience of moving back to Spain. She established her Studio in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, joining the art circuit of the island, having several solo exhibitions, participating in artistic proposals, and collaborating with prestigious businesses, while continuing with further fine art studies in the search of new ways to assist her career as a visual artist.
Her creative personality is also reflected in her taste for writing, having her own column in the trendy local magazine, Fama, where Clío conveys her intense but joyful attitude as in her canvases.
Her more recent engagements include:
30th Art Biennale of Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
Group Exhibition at the ArtRoom by Sabila, Iberostar.
Solo Exhibition, “Celebration of Life”, at The Ritz-Carlton, Abama Art Gallery.