Her life as a domestic violence survivor and victor is depicted in her “Until Death do us Part” body of work; which brings to light her pain, passions, and triumphs. Her work is abstract, colorful, figurative, mystical, and infused with mystery and symbolism. Cantillo’s abstract figures – invisible to the eye unless the viewer pauses to contemplate the painting - are as enchanting as they are mysterious; as if the artist herself was somewhat unaware of what she brought to life on the canvas. Her figures simultaneously tell multiple stories. Oceans and forests hug figures as she pours her deepest feelings and emotions onto the canvas and transforms darkness and obscurity into vivid swirls of color. Amiiri embodies the spirit of a woman who survived and, victorious, bravely confronts her past and present and hops for her future through her vividly alive paintings. Her newly released book “Until Death do us Part,” the memoir of her traumatic experience and aftermath of surviving domestic violence is a testament to her strength. As she closes that chapter of her life and forges a new beginning, she leaves us wondering where her artistic vision will lead her.