Born in Costa Rica in 1971, at age 14 Enar began to receive oil classes. In 1989 she entered the University of Costa Rica where in 1996 she obtained a degree in Fine Arts with an emphasis in Painting, and studying the art of engraving. At the same university she worked as a teacher for one and a half years until 1998 when she decided to take her backpack and travel throughout Europe, eventually settling in Spain where she has lived so far and continued devoting herself to painting and teaching art. Since 1991 Enar has made over thirty solo exhibitions and over 70 group exhibitions and competitions in Spain, Holland, Costa Rica and Miami USA, Shangay, China. She has participated in specialized courses always related to painting and engraving. In 2012 Enar obtained the diploma in Arte Terapia en Metáfora, Barcelona. Enar is passionate about her work, her family, friends, literature, music, film, nature, travel, museums, and life in general... Women, children, spirituality is always present in her works, full of commitment to human beings, life, peace and freedom. In recent years her art has focused on environmental issues highlighting the beauty of virgin forests, from memoirs in retina, as human figures both camouflaged and complementary, where woman, nature and childhood are full of sensitivity and always vulnerable to abuses. From this comes the need to give them a voice. Enar Cruz's work is a poetry of colour and line: Using these resources enables a dialogue from the intimacy and subjectivity of the artist. Her depictions of an emotional universe, its ethical conclusions and simple meditation without a structure that restricts, may well refer to the world of memories, like that of the everyday, or dreams, freely and randomly reminding the viewer of its own passionate nature. Expressed through the abstract with color between sinuous lines, its iconography and figuration are very personal, and shows great technique and experimentation that fills her work with spontaneity and freedom. Whether in color or in black, either on paper or cotton cloth, using collage with wrapping paper and printed fabrics, the work of Enar Cruz is the result of painstaking research which mingle and merge their way onto the fields of painting and printmaking.