Who is Soledad?

Soledad is my pseudonym, you’ll see several paintings and written work of mine under this name, along with my candles and Art Prints. A couple of decades ago when I was kid, I heard a song titled “Soledad” on the radio – Something about the word inspired me, and I started signing my then written poems and drawings with it. That word soon started becoming my imaginary identity and then over the years kind of took over who I was (we both evolved into each other, Soledad and I)




Over the years I’ve put up my art in several event to raise money for different charities. I am also affiliated with Art of Compassion Project, and with them have had my art sold for aid of several animal welfare charities in different events such as Vegfest, Vegan Fairs across UK, International Animal Welfare Conference etc. Check out the website:

December 2019
Animal Aid Fair for SACI

My most recent event was Animal Aid Fair of 2019, in which I raised significant funding for South Asian Compassion Initiative.

Dec 2018
Animal Aid Fayre for Mayhew

One of my most favourite events of the year! Animal Aid Fair by Animal Aid takes place every December before Christmas. In 2018 I raised money fo Mayhew

Oct 2018
Mayhew The Great Rescue Gamble

A select number of dog paintings were displayed in aid of charity.

Sep 2018
Vegstock for Mayhew

At Piano Works London, this was a great fun vegan event. Paintings sold on the event benefited Mayhew

Aug 2018
Muddy Dog Challenge

Took part in Muddy Dog Challenge of Battersea Dogs and Cats Home in Cardiff that year too!

June 2018
Hampstead Heath Art Fair

Painting a scene from Hampstead – one of my most favourite events to have taken part in. It was displayed in the heart of Heath.

May 2018
Mayhew Open Day

In 2018, I was working for Mayhew as well, so most of the event I took part in that year, proceeds went to the charity. Open day took place at the charity’s premises.

July 2017
Pintar Rapido in aid of Battersea

Started using my art of fundraising back in 2017 when I took part in the July’s Pintar Rapido – The proceeds from the painting went to Battersea Dogs and Cats Home. Painting was displayed at Old Chelsea Town Hall.