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, scooter, play Roblox (among various other games), and, to her parents’ unending consternation, stay up way past her bedtime. She’s also saved untold bees from swimming pools, and raised a bird from egg to flight.

Aria Luna is an Artist for Air, a collective of travelers dedicated to sustainable travel and carbon removal.



Superfine Art Fair
February 2022
San Francisco, CA


Los Altos Arts & Wine Festival
September 25-26, 2021

Superfine e-Fair
February 15 to April 30, 2021


Los Altos Virtual Arts & Wine Festival
October 1-31, 2020
Pacific Fine Arts/Los Altos Village Association
Los Altos, CA

Les Décades de la peinture
August 7–16, 2020
Association Harpo’s
Brioude, France

From My Window
July 1–31, 2020
IAA/USA in collaboration with Gloria Delson Contemporary Arts Gallery
Los Angeles, California
Online exhibit

The Garzoni Challenge
June 1–28, 2020
Advancing Women Artists (AWA) in collaboration with the Uffizi Galleries and the Medici Archive Project
Florence, Italy
See Aria Luna’s entry on AWA’s Instagram

World Oceans Day 2020 exhibit
June 2020
The Children’s Art Gallery of Greece
Rhodes, Greece
@YouTube (Aria Luna’s segment starts at 01:18)

Ocean Youth Summit
June 22, 2020
Ocean Future Fund
Sydney, Australia
@YouTube (Aria Luna’s segment starts at 01:10:00)

Virtual 4th Annual World Oceans Day celebration
June 13, 2020
Ko Olina, NOAA, ʻŌiwi TV, Four Seasons Oahu, and other sponsors
Oahu, Hawai’i
Facebook Live (Aria Luna’s segment starts at 02:18:00)

Festivalito 2020
June 13, 2020
Angeles Magenta
Bogotà, Colombia
@YouTube (Aria Luna’s segment starts at 10:25)

May 1-31, 2020
Blue Door Art Center
Yonkers, NY
Online exhibit

April 15 till whenever, 2020
Gloria Delson Contemporary Arts Gallery
Los Angeles, CA
Online (exhibit concluded)

HOME mural festival in celebration of Earth Week
April 21-26, 2020
PangeaSeed Foundation
Online exhibit

Virtual Climate Rally (featuring Aria’s Earth Day animation)
April 24, 2020
Peninsula Peace and Justice Center
Palo Alto, CA
Online (event concluded)

“Mixed Media, Collage, & Digital Art” group exhibition
Feb 6-29, 2020
Las Laguna Gallery
Laguna Beach, CA

“Sea Lions in San Francisco” public art exhibit media event and opening day
January 16, 2020
Pier 39/Aquarium of the Bay
San Francisco, CA


These are the exhibits and art festivals Aria Luna had been invited to participate in, but were cancelled or postponed due to the COVID-19 health crisis.
This is what artists everywhere are dealing with right now. If you’re an artist impacted by COVID-19, check out the Artist Relief program.

À la Carte & Art
May 2-3, 2020
Mountain View, CA

38th Annual Menlo Park Spring Art Stroll
April 24-26, 2020
Menlo Park, CA

Official unveiling of Deep Blue
The Chart House, Pier 39
San Francisco, CA
Status: Original April date postponed—new date TBD

International Ocean Film Festival
March 12-15, 2020
San Francisco, CA
Status: Postponed—new date TBD

Green New Deal: Art for Social Change
March 6-20, 2020
Creative Action Network in collaboration with Canessa Gallery
San Francisco, CA
Status: Opening reception took place; remaining events cancelled


Visit the EVENTS page for a full list of exhibits, art festivals, and other events.