Collection: Norma Belleza
During her early years, she created paintings that were characterized by dark and gloomy themes. However, her style later evolved to include vibrant colors and intricate details, focusing on folk genre themes such as women vendors, potters, and workers. Her figurative works also highlighted the physical appearance of her subjects. After completing her bachelor's degree, she lived with her husband, Angelito Antonio, and did not actively produce art for ten years. In 1976, her solo works were showcased at the Metro Gallery, marking the beginning of a prolific career that included nine one-person shows exhibited at various galleries, including the Luz Gallery and ABC Gallery.