Ana Albertina Delgado was born in Havana Cuba, in 1963. She studied art at the Academia de Bellas Artes San Alejandro (1979-1983) and pursued her BFA at the Instituto Superior the Arte (ISA). Delgado is one of the few women who participated in what is known today as Cuba’s Eighties Generation. In 1993 she moved to the United States and settled in Florida. A talented and sensitive artist, she has created a robust body of work characterized by a unique style she uses to question important topics directly and strikingly. Her work delves into the psychological aspect of life through powerful images and symbols depicted with a bright palette. Her current work results from a personal introspective exploration that relates to a socially and environmentally conscious perspective, making it highly impactful and meaningful in today’s world. She has participated in numerous exhibitions in Cuba, Colombia, Germany, Mexico, and Venezuela. She has received several awards and was a finalist of the CINTAS Foundation Fellowship in Visual Art (2021).