In the event, have participated five invited foreign artists, and the artist highlighted the Cuban art with her sculptural work, with two meter high, created in metal and terracotta, which will occupy the most important park of the town.

The prestigious artist has won, among numerous awards, the Distinction for National Culture and the UNESCO Prize, awarded in 1997. She was also honored at the International Handicrafts Fair of Havana and was the only Latin American awarded in 2010 at the Biennale of Modern Art in Shanghai, China.