Ana completed a Bachelor's in Architecture and a postgraduate in construction administration. She graduated with honors in 1991 with the honor thesis “Mercado San Diego” a revolutionary social project for a market in suburban Mexico. As an avid designer for commercial architecture, socially conscious housing, and retail store design, she studied and applied techniques like art batik, oil on paper, watercolor, acrylic, mixed media, and textile transformation. Her architectural work was featured in the book “Proyecto 2000”, successful architects under 40.
Ana has taught Art and Spanish to children and adults in South Florida. She has created engaging and creative ideas for classes with unconventional materials and processes and lets the students develop their own ideas with just a little bit of guidance.
Fun Facts and Hobbies
- Knitting and weaving