Born in Santiago de Chile 1965, studied Graphic Design.
Ana María paintings are based on acrylic, chalk, ink, pastels, fabric, hand-painted papers; silver and gold foil paper. Other resources used are linear graph in charcoal, graphite, pencil lines in acrylics, Chinese inks, and any form of material needed to interpret a visual tour.
Each of her paintings has an intense, continuous and slow development work, as we go by the superposition of color and texture, a new frame or path is going to evolve, accentuated by the number of lines that prefigure the various diaphragms. The paintings speak of these large spatial surfaces such as pretending to be pieces of cities or potential mapping. The simplicity of the representation of the everyday and the most notable is the human abstract figure. She has had several solo and group exhibitions