Ana Maria Montes de Oca (1948)

Born in 1948 in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico. She spent most of her childhood in Mexico City until her family moved to Monterrey in 1956. She got her degree in Fine Arts at the Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon and has developed her craft as a sculptor working with masters like Ed Carpenter, Walter Lieberman, Bert Glauner, Michael Allen Rogers, Dan Fenton, Martha Ibarra, Gustavo Perez, Nancy Sclight, Noe Alvarez and Javier del Cueto. Her favorite techniques are ceramic and bronze sculpture although she is also accomplished in painting and watercolor. Her work has earned her important recognition since 1993 including a silver medal at the Biennale Internazionale del'arte di Firenze and another medal from the Triennale Intenacionale d'art contemporain in Paris. Her work has been part of numerous exhibitions in Mexico, France, Italy, Puerto Rico, Venezuela, Argentina, the Czech Republic and Poland.

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