Liliana Ojeda holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sculpture from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and a Master in Jewellery from the University of Central England, United Kingdom.
In England she has won the recognition of the Association of British Jewellers for her work with the technique of "Electroforming". She is founder and was vice-president of JoyaBrava. It has been distinguished with the Seal of Excellence for Handicrafts 2014 for its collection "Terra, silver and ceramic jewellery" Her Medular Series won the 1st honorable mention in the Bienal of Contemporary Latin American Jewellery“Puentes” and was selected for the Enjoia't Barcelona 2016 awards. Currently, she is working on developing jewellery art projects in her workshop and is a teacher at Pamela de la Fuente School.
Rhetorics of the body. "My fingers have knuckles / trees that embrace forming commissures / my body rigid as a trunk / sap sprouting from the inside / a tree opens to continue living crossed by a fence / If the trees of the city spoke what would they tell us?" In this series of works called "Medular" Ojeda talks about human anatomy, in its analogy with the plant world, reflecting on the ephemeral properties of the human body and soul. Resorting to practices such as mummification and fossilization that materialize the skeleton in one way, restoring its absence.