In 1982, Angeles Cereceda began her formal art education at the Escuela Libre del Mediterraneo, which was also the artist J. Torrents Llado’s school. Angeles quickly became one of J.T. Llado’s favorite models to paint. Three years later, at the request of J.T. Llado, she was involved in creating the scenery for the Monte Carlo Ballet of Stefan Zweig production entitled “24 Hours in the Life of a Woman.”
Angeles Cereceda In 1991, she becomes a professor in the painting school of J. Torrents Llado, Escuela Libre del Medeterraneo in Palma. After the J. Torrents Llado’s death in 1993 she became the director of the school for the next four years until its closure. Currently, her work is represented in Spain, Japan, Monte Carlo, and the United States.