Spanish Painter & Printmaker
Ana was born in Madrid, eventually going on to study fine art and printmaking at the city’s University. She specialised in portraiture through photography, painting and printmaking. She moved to Marbella in 1993 at which point she opened her own art gallery and framing shop where she is still based.
Since 2003 Ana has participated in many solo and group exhibitions and has been selected for various competitions, including the National Awards MGEC and an award from the City Council of Naranjo Eduardo Pinto. Ana has also had a book published containing her photographs and drawings called ‘Pictures, The Bad Name’ in 2008.
In 2005 Ana was selected for the National Engraving Awards at the Museum of Contemporary Spanish Prints in Marbella.
Affordable Art Fair, Battersea
Affordable Art Fair, Bristol
Awarded Printmaking Prize from the Museum of Contemporary Spanish Prints
Festival of Art, Marbella, Spain
Affordable Arts Fair, London
Solo Exhibition of Portaits, Cortijo Miraflores Museum, Marbella, Spain