Cecilia Lueza's oeuvre carries an implicit message that mixes mysticism and earthliness. She has been able to interweave all aesthetic and pictorial dimensions, leaving for posterity a humanistic testimony.
Born in Argentina, she started studying fine arts at a very young age and she graduated from the Universidad Nacional de la Plata in the mid-1990's. In 1999, this artist moved to Miami, where she worked with the master Perez Celis, from whom she not only received technical knowledge but also learned the important lesson of commitment and surrender to the creative act.
In addition to the undeniable influence of Perez Celis, her work has also been impacted by the oeuvre of Gustav Klimt, Goya, Bacon, and the Argentinians, Ernesto Deira and Carlos Alonso. Throughout her career, she has intensely explored a wide range of artistic media, from traditional media like painting, drawing, and sculpture- in wood, metal, urethane, fiberglass, and ceramic- to much more recent resources, like multimedia and installation art.