Latin American artist, born in Colombia, studied Fine Arts in the Santander Academy of Fine Arts (Colombia) from 1970 to 1974. Her earlier paintings are Surrealist and the human figure the main element of its compositions. The strength of her work finds its most concrete manifestation with the purity and intensity of color as well as the three-dimensional character, impression caused by the textured treatment in her paintings.
Her sculpturic work was awarded by Biblioteca Luis Angel Arango in 1978 (Bogota, Colombia) followed by an invitation for a solo exhibition of sculptures in 1979 and acquisition of one of these works by The Museum of Biblioteca Luis Angel Arango.
In the 80's her work turns to Expressionism; Latin American and Colombian history become a strong topic in this second period of her work.
Since 1976, Aurora has participated in international art events such as:
* Solo exhibitions with drawings and sculptures (Siqueiros Gallery, San Cristobal, Venezuela. 1976 and 1979).
* Group work (Club Europe. Nantes, France. 1980), Paintings.
* Group Exhibition, Latin American Artists (New York, USA. 1987).
* Bienal de Grabado de San Juan de Puerto Rico. Latinoamericano y del Caribe. Grabado sobre Linoleo (Puerto Rico, 1990 and 1992).
In 1988 the Cultural Magazine Nueva Acropolis published an interview, with one of her paintings on the cover of the magazine.
Her work is manifested actually through eclecticism, using large formats in oils and acrylics, sculptures and murals, drawings and watercolors, as well as small experimental works with mixed techniques....