Aria Luna has been drawing since she was two. The first drawing she ever did was of two octopi. Since then, she has amassed a body of work her parents can’t keep up with. She’s already gone through several artistic “periods” and is constantly exploring new media and styles.

She also loves singing (check out her Open Mic performance at Cazadero summer camp), playing the piano, and writing stories and comic books.

Aria Luna comes from a long bloodline of creativity: her mother is a writer, her grandmother is an artist, and her great-grandmother was also an artist. Her great-great-grandmother was a singer. Her grandfather is an architect. On her father’s side, she’s got more art flowing in, but also a love of math and engineering. That could be where her passion for Lego and negative numbers comes from.

When she’s not drawing, Aria loves to rollerblade, ice skate, play Minecraft (among various other games), and, to her parents’ unending consternation, sneak sweets from the pantry. She’s also saved untold bees from swimming pools, and raised a bird from egg to flight.


“Amazonas” exhibit
Marcela’s Village Gallery
Menlo Park, CA

Menlo Park Sidewalk Spring Art Stroll
Menlo Park, CA

Green New Deal exhibit
Creative Action Network
San Francisco, CA

“Sea Lions in San Francisco” public art project
Pier 39/Aquarium of the Bay
San Francisco, CA

“Mixed Media, Collage, & Digital Art” group exhibition
Las Laguna Gallery
Laguna Beach, CA

“Earth Day” event
City of Mountain View Community Center
Mountain View, CA

“Fusion Tide” solo exhibit
Consulate of Colombia
San Francisco, CA

Espacio Creativo Escarlata
Bogotà, Colombia

Harvest Festival
First Presbyterian Church
Palo Alto, CA

International Ocean Film Festival
San Francisco, CA

Message in a Bottle (Surfrider Foundation)
Palace of Fine Arts
San Francisco, CA

“Fusion Tide” solo exhibit
Google headquarters
Mountain View, CA

“Dragon Storm” exhibit
Cubberley Community Center
Palo Alto, CA