Graduated from National School of Fine Arts Prilidiano Pueyrredón as a Printmaking teacher in 2002, (Buenos Aires,Argentina).
Between 2004 and 2008 she studied lithography with master lithographer Rafael Gil. In 2004 she participated in workshops of experimentation and new lithographic technique with Julio Dolz in la Escuela Superior de Bellas Artes Ernesto de la Cárcova.
In the field of graphic arts, she specialises in lithography, influenced by her teachings and her interest for the technique and effects achieved from this graphic medium.
In 2007 she founded AB UNO, a traditional and experimentational printmaking workshop open to Argentines and foreigners.
In 2010 she organised a workshop with Bill Lagatutta, master printmaker of Tamarind Institute, where he shared his techniques to Argentine printmakers.
In 2011, she had the opportunity to work and study Aluminum plate Lithography at the Tamarind Institute.
She gives visiting lectures around South America and works as a tutor in Universities and institutes in Argentina.
Graduated from the Glasgow School of Art with a BA honours in Painting and Printmaking in 2014, (Glasgow, Scotland).
He began printmaking at the age of 15, working in silk screen printing.
He moved to Buenos Aires in 2007 working in a school for a few years.
In 2009, he returned to Scotland and took an intensive portfolio class at Bridge House Art, in the coastal town of Ullapool.
He began studying at Glasgow School of Art in 2010, learning techniques in etching, lithography, woodcut and silk screen.
In 2012 he took an exchange with the
Universität der künste (Berlin, Germany). He learnt about stone lithography with master printmaker Helmut Müller.
Once he graduated from Glasgow School of Art he returned to Buenos Aires to work as an artist. Here he met Lorena at her studio AB UNO and together they formed Under Pressure