She is convinced that art is the best tool to positively influence our society.As psychologist and multisiciplinary artist she is working mostly with masks and sculptures to explore the limits of the imaginary, the symbolic and the real.
"My art works reflects on the concept of human dignity in the context of globalization".
192 pieces of 15x15cm
Acrylic painted on wood
"Puzzles support learning through playing"-
When I was a little girl, we used to visit my dad's sisters at their homes on Saturday afternoons. There together, we cousins played with puzzles and board games. Puzzles in particular seemed to me to be extremely complicated objects. I lost my patience and many times I got frustrated because I couldn't find pieces that fit between them. For many years I stopped putting together puzzles because that act that was supposed to be a moment of entertainment and "funny time/evenings” in my childhoods ended up developing in myself a lack of interest in this type of skills due to the teasing and all kinds of jokes that both, my cousins and relatives, made me.
“Puzzles support learning through playing; at the same time they make a positive contribution to the development of mental skills such as perception, recollection, resolution, making analysis, forming part-whole relationships, concentration and making observations. In addition, group work puzzles allow children to interact with each other and give them opportunities to do the puzzle cooperatively; thus puzzles provide important attainments for receptive and expressive language skills”. Arslan, F. (2000).
This puzzel was created with the support of Annantalo and Catalysti as part of the exhibition "My Childhod Memories".
Photo: Diana Soria Hernández
Rosamaría's wood pieces
preparing the pieces
painting the pieces
preparing the pieces
drawing the shape
assembling memories work process
Abigail at the mounting
Abigail y Manolo at the mounting
Thank you Manolo
Assembling Memories at Annantalo
Diana Soria Hernández picture during the opening.