My art is a journey through the complexities of human experience, a visual exploration of emotions, relationships, and power dynamics.

My works are a manifestation of the raw and unapologetic exploration of themes such as sexuality, eroticism, and corporeality. I believe that these themes are integral to the human experience, yet often remain hidden in the shadows of societal norms and expectations.

I aim to shed light on these aspects of our existence, challenging preconceived notions and encouraging dialogue through the expressive use of colors and textures. I intend to ask questions instead of answer them, conveying the depth of emotion and complexity within my subjects and compositions, inviting viewers to delve deeper into the stories I aim to tell and hopefully discovering a new way of seeing.


Florencia was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1989. 

Her artistic interests began from small age, always faithful to her curious spirit of exploration.

While art was not an inherent trait of her family, Florencia was enlivened by her parents, who encouraged her expression and creativity.

During her teenage years, music and film fed her student days as she gradually found a voice in the artistic languages. She decided to pursue a career in the arts after completing her high scholl education. Almost by chance, she opted for visual arts.

She studied at Escuela Municipal de Artes Visuales de Lomas de Zamora, graduating with the title of Professor in Visual Arts and Professor of Painting in 2014.

In 2015 she moved to Spain, where she worked in several projects including photography, digital drawings and paintings. Focusing in themes such as sexuality, corporality and eroticism, her work is characterised by the expressive use of colour and eye catching textures, that invite the observer to reflect on a vast of human emotions and feelings.

Now she is living in London, UK, where she continues her training and remains devoted fully to her work.