Schneider’s work is about the physical layering of images and the figurative layering of place, iconography, and cultural and social references. A native of Madrid, Spain, Schneider moved to the United States where she studied the Art Student League of New York, the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. Previously, she completed a Law Degree (JD) and an MBA.
Drawing and experimentation have always been central to her artistic practice. From the early bull paintings and the newspaper and cloth clippings in her abstract work to the LED drawings, Schneider is always searching and moving forward in her artistic practice.
Her current body of work uses digital manipulation, laser engraving techniques and LED lighting to create urban narratives from architectural views that reflect the contrasting realities of cities. Her work hangs in corporate and private collections in Europe and the United States. Her works are in the permanent collections of AIMCO, CubeSmart, Price Waterhouse Cooper, Raynes Lawn Hehmeyer, Rhino Investments. She has exhibited her work at the Pennsylvania State Museum, Philadelphia City Hall, Art Prize in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and Houston, Texas.