Alma Dominguez was born in México (Chihuahua) but is currently residing in the Chicago area. Her exposure to art began at an early age with her father who is a guitarist. She went on to study music at the Universidad Autónoma de Chihuahua a BA in Music. While attending, she also explored visual arts. She is a psychologist with a Masters in Social Science. Director & Founder of the International Women Collective “Pintoras Mexicanas” and has coordinated more than 500 female painters to exhibit in countries like USA, México and Europe. Co-founded OPEN Center for the Arts (Chicago, IL)
Her journey throughout the areas mentioned above have had a mayor influence in her artwork it explores the boundaries of reality, with a flare of surrealism. Her paintings seek to raise political, social and environmental awareness.
Newspapers, metal sheets, oils, acrylic, among other materials are her accomplices in the creation of her work.
Her work has been exhibited in México, USA, Spain, Italy, Nicaragua, Argentina, Chile and Russia.