I remember that my mother once drew me on a blackboard, a farm with all the animals. I believe that moment made a big impression on me, because since then drawing has taken a significant place in my life. I also remember that the technical drawings by hand in the notebooks made by my father, a Mechanical Engineering student, inspired me a lot. When he was 9 years old, I was given oil paints and an easel. The smell of linseed oil still evokes many feelings today, including memories of my childhood… I had my first academic influence at the Art school in Zurich (SKDZ Schule für Kunst und Design Zürich Schweiz) and in Florence, Italy, and continued the path of academic art in Painting. During the years 2020, 2021 and 2022 I took part in the international selection for the “Luxembourg Art Prize", where several solo exhibitions were planned in Switzerland, Spain, Germany, Italy and Colombia. What I sometimes look for in my abstract visual representations is the feeling of illusion; they can be small details or optical illusions, but also just imaginary from a specific title to the works to allow the viewer to create new ideas. My great interests are painting, sculpture, installations and I am also interested in digital art. To explore New media is a great opportunity to strengthen the illusion of art or even make it visible in a new way.