Luisa Fernanda Niño's drawings explore the theme of solitude versus the collective. Her drawings depict imaginary and lyrical terrains where characters may float through them. They become part of the landscape and so become unnoticeable. Her portraits are done from observation and created as monoprints.
She works with oil and wax pastels, watercolor, and digital. She is interested in manipulating different materials and uses her hands to achieve texture and fluidity.
Born in Mexico, a decidedly collective country, she currently lives and works in Montreal, Canada, and hopes to finish her days in a cozy cabin in the woods with her husband and dog.