After the death of her husband, Noemí moved to the Moroccan city of Essaouira to find herself and be able to cope with her mourning. There she rediscovered his passion for drawing, which she had not put into practice since she was a child.
The result of this application of art as therapy led Noemí to publish two illustrated books in which she conveys her feelings during her mourning: “Finestra poètica a Essaouira” and “Tornar”.
Both works were also taken on stage to become theatrical shows. The staging of “Finestra poètica a Essaouira” is called “Mil futurs” (“One thousand futures”) where she conveys the message that “life is, for all, continuous learning”.