During the Eighties she gets involved with textile, and that's where her career starts. She starts working with crafts ad fibers and then she merges into metals. As her own investigation progress, she reaches another phase of her career where tri-dimensional tapestries start to appear as some of her art pieces. This phase is reached during the nineties and then she continues to evolve into a multi-technique artist, capable of delivering master pieces that are exposed worldwide in countries like Spain, Japan, USA, Colombia, Ecuador, Costa Rica, while she also participates in events in Italy, Brazil, Belgium, Uruguay, Mexico, Austria, Argentina, Poland and Turkey.
In 1997 Pilar launches Women in Textile Art, that later on became World Textile Art. This Organization supports contemporary textile art along with several social and cultural causes worldwide.
In 2017 WTA will host the VII Biennial in Uruguay, celebrating 20 years of existence. Pilar will be present with her own work and in most exhibitions as well.
World Textile Art has been able to host unique events in over 7 countries, representing artists from over 80 nationalities. This has been one of Pilar's greatest achievements with the Organization
One of the most important objectives of WTA, is to support Social Causes in locations such as Uruguay, Colombia, Argentina, Costa Rica and Mexico.
"This woman whom I've known for years now, is not only a strong minded person, but has also worked very hard to take work from Latin America to Japan and all around Europe including Spain, Turkey and Poland."
The World Textile Art Biennial is a great display of flavor and celebration of unique art.