The artist Yolanda Sánchez earned a postgraduate and master’s degree, specializing in exhibition design and installation from the Complutense University of Madrid and she graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts, University of the Basque Country, specializing in restoration (1985-1990).
She developed her work as a curator and restorer of historical-artistic heritage. She subsequently began a new journey in the world of art and craft creation in multidisciplinary fields. She created her own artisan company, specialized in the textile sector, with production based on natural raw materials such as silk and wool. At the same time, she researches silk, wool and natural dyes as raw materials and is involved in ecological and sustainability processes and production.