Which of the various processes is what you like best to manipulate?
CP: It comes naturally. There are ideas that drive me to a certain way and translate into painting or drawing. Sometimes none of them can convey what I feel and it ends up appearing in the form of installation, or otherwise creates. It has a lot to do with what is within us. Then you'll be heading.
What inspires you?
CP: Life! The simplicity of the free things it's a little luxury. What is always present, but easily passes you by. Gestures. An attitude. A sound.
For the utilities collection you created jewelry, what attracted you?
CP: It was a theme that I have been developing for quite some time and the objective was to be a utility so these jewels are inspired by mandalas. These are paintings that depart from a central focus always. Then they expanded and keep repeating. It's almost like a meditation. These mandalas are a way to talk to the inner self.
What are you now developing?
CP: Temporary Tattoos. Arose by chance and I started doing it. It's funny because it is a way to create a drawing on the skin. A message. People come to me for that. I am present in events related to handicrafts, the arts.
You create the design or the people choose?
CP: People choose topics and I create from that. Others prefer my already predefined drawings. Others still, not all, ask for a free drawing. It is a form of trust. It's nice to have that freedom to create.
How did you arrive to this?
CP: I was unaware of the henna. When I discovered it, I found it very interesting and all the significance behind the messages. I started doing about three years ago.