I am an abstract artist. I create abstract paintings and large-scale installations.

 

The theme of my work focuses on creating a physical representation of the emotional effect (and connection) that people and experiences leave on us as humans. I am always excited to explore different media. I often create mixed media paintings, mixing elements together to see how they react, then manipulating them to form unique reticulations and visuals. 

Adri Luna, Artist, Adri Luna Studio

The theme of my work focuses on creating a physical representation of the emotional effect (and connection) that people and experiences leave on us as humans. I am always excited to explore different media. I often create mixed media paintings, mixing elements together to see how they react, then manipulating them to form unique reticulations.

 

I currently live in the bay area of California. After living in Kansas City, MO for eight years (because a lifetime of loving art led me to study printmaking and painting at the Kansas City Art Institute) I finally decided to return to California, to create new work and be near the sea. 

While I have a deep love for printmaking, I truly love exploring different media and working with paper. My paper sculptures, large-scale installations, and paintings range from huge to tiny. They are my way of exploring and bringing a little beauty into the world. I have been lucky enough to have a few galleries show my installation work. My giant paper sculptures, some as big as twenty-five feet long and twelve feet high have come to life. But I also love to work smaller, sometimes creating a series of work the size of my hand.

Big or small, I love it all.


My main goal as an artist is to make artwork that make people smile. Life goes by so quickly and things change in an instant. If I can make someone smile and appreciate life for just a minute, then I have made a small impact.

My paintings and prints have been collected by individuals, designers, artists and hotels. Custom prints are available for many pieces created in or after 2015.

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