"One looks at these drawings - at their complex, interlacing surfaces which are strictly abstract but which contain hints of landscape, urban zones, architecture and language - but also into them, into their many layers, and into their history. Ultimately, while Ortiz-Hernández's near-fanatical drawings are all about surfaces, they also have a great deal of depth, both literally and psychologically." - Gregory Volk, Contributing Editor, Art in America

Colombian artist Gloria Ortiz-Hernández's drawings and sculptures have been shown in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Her work is in the permanent collections of a number of institutions including​ The Museum of Modern Art (NY), The Fogg Art Museum at Harvard University (MA), ​Art Museums Cambridge (MA), The Morgan Library (NY), The Menil Drawing Institute and Study Center (TX ), and The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MA). ​Her work is also in private collections throughout the United States and in Basel, Switzerland, Sao Paolo, Brazil, and Bogota, Colombia. She currently has a drawing (Plate/Shift #10) on view at the Morgan Library and Museum in New York City.