Mural artist and painter since 1993. Graduated in Graphic Communication. She exhibited in I0 private exhibitions in different museums and cultural places in the state of Chihuahua and 14 collective exhibitions within Mexico, her native country. She is currently active artistically in the private business sector in cultural areas inside and outside the country. Moreover, she is artistically active in more than 5 international virtual galleries and auctions for the benefit of society. Although she has a degree in Graphic Communication, Alejandra Osollo's path of self-taught experimentation starts in childhood. Materials such as wax, acrylics, enamels, chapopote, inks, fabrics, meshes, cardboard, paper, oils, mirrors and even wings or remains of animals and plants are mixed with the different pictorial techniques that you discover. A mixture that is constituting a seal of stylistic identity as recognizable as accidental. Painting for Osollo is an innate need to express and keep her attention focused on something, usually in other activities is scattered but when he immerses himself in painting she travels or approaches meditation. She experiments with tools such as spatula, roller, brush, threads, brushes, glasses, markers, pencils, carbon, paper, foil, gold leaf, silver, copper, fabric, mirror, concrete, aluminium and canvas. Painting is for her an activity and exercise of the soul that serves to free, purify and cleanse the body and heart. It makes her connect empathically with others. Her imagination and vague ideas inspire her. Places, people, ancestors, the living, the dead, the good, the bad, the animals, the sounds, flavors, textures, colors, shapes, rocks, water, fire, wind movement, current situations, vibrations, emotions and feelings are part of her inspiration. In her work, it’s like she is immersing herself in a lucid dream, believing she is in control and at the same time feeling dragged by an unknown current. She does not know if the painting will be a finished totality, or a fragmented world made of small parts in constant movement. She imagines her works as small places in ruins, made of the footprints of all the ancestors who travel within it. She is not a single closed personality form. She is the battleground of thousands of cells, of ideas that contradict each other, of ambivalent emotions, of dreams that she does not understand. Painting helps her to understand life as an energy that is beyond the limits of the body and mind. She feels she belongs to a whole that surpasses her. Many parts of her are left in her paintings, to be integrated into that current, into that whole that unites us. Parts that had to leave, so that she can continue with the next picture without so much luggage, freer.