Aria Luna

At just 9 years of age, Aria Luna is one of the world’s youngest exhibiting artists and a changemaker who uses the power of her art to raise public awareness of environmental and social issues. Her traveling exhibit Fusion Tide addresses plastic pollution in our oceans and has been displayed at Google, the Consulate of Colombia, the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco, the City of Mountain View, and other venues. Her first public art commission is a six-foot sea lion statue currently on display at Pier 39 in San Francisco. Her work has been exhibited internationally, sold to private collectors in the United States, and has raised funds for ocean conservation and wildfire relief.

Bold, whimsical, and unencumbered by traditional expectations of style or technique, Aria Luna’s artistic expression runs the spectrum of color palette and media. Her works blend watercolor, acrylics and oil pastels with india inks and mixed materials; her art evokes the rich, colorful world that children see, imbued with fantasy—the impossible and dreamed made real.

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