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Carina Lomeli

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Allisgood
All Is Good Oil and India Ink
Benjumping
Ben Jumping Acrylic, Oil, & Water Dyes 24*34 © Carina Lomeli
Clomeli
Beach Oil & Acrylic Dyes 10*8 © Carina Lomeli
Clomeli
Purple Sunset Oil, Paper, India Ink, & Galkyd 18*20
Hope
Hope Oil 18*24 © carina lomeli
Overlookedcircumstance
Overlooked Circumstance Oil 30*24
Lawyeroffice
The lawyers office Oil 9*12
Sleepingcreativity
Sleeping Creativity Oil 48*36
Clomeli
Purple Sunset Oil, Paper, India Ink, & Galkyd 16*20 © Carina Lomeli
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Beach Oil 10*8 © Carina Lomeli
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Lety's Portrait, 2008 India Ink, Charcoal & Pastels 18*24 Inches © Carina Lomeli
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No Dice, Sept. 2009 Oil on Canvas 16 * 16 © Carina Lomeli
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Critical mass II Oil on Canvas 20" * 16" © carina lomeli
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Hippie Hill, October 2009 Oil on Canvas 16 * 20 © carina lomeli
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POOR, October 2009 Oil on Canvas 16" * 20" © carina lomeli
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In Motion, October 2009 Oil on Canvas 16" * 20" © carina lomeli
Bubblegirl
Critical Mass I, October 2009 Oil on Canvas 20" * 16" © carina lomeli
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Lovefest, October 2009 Oil on Canvas 16" * 20" © carina lomeli
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Critical Mass III, October 2009 Oil on Canvas 20" * 16" © carina lomeli
Clomeli
Condor, 2007 Oil on Canvas 36" * 24" © carina lomeli
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A los luchadores su pertenencia Oil on Canvas 47" *64"
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Commission - Delia Lua, April 2010 Oil on Canvas 20" * 20 " © Carina Lomeli
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Critical Mass IV , April 2010 Oil on Canvas 20" * 16" © Carina Lomeli
Patriaviejayquerida
Patria Vieja Y Querida Guache, Acrylic, Pumistone, Pastel, Papers Topped With Glaze. 22" * 30" © Carina Lomeli
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Sonoma Winery, 2007 Oil on Canvas 30" * 30" © Carina Lomeli
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No Dice, 2010 Oil on Canvas 16" * 16" © Carina Lomeli
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dancer 2, 2010 Oil on Canvas 16 * 20 © Carina Lomeli
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dancers 7, 2010 Oil on Canvas 15 * 30 © Carina Lomeli
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Dancers 7 , 2010 Oil on Canvas 15" * 30" © Carina Lomeli
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Dancer 1 Oil on Canvas 11" * 14" © Carina Lomeli
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Dancer 3 Oil on Canvas 16.00" X 12.00" © Carina Lomeli
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Dancer 4 Oil on Canvas 16.00" X 12.00" © Carina Lomeli
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Dancer 5 Oil on Canvas 16.00" X 12.00" © Carina Lomeli
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Dancers 6, May, 7 2011 Oil on Canvas 15 " * 30" © carina lomeli
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Cold Feet, May, 7 2011 Watercolor on Cold Press 11" * 9" © carina lomeli
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MUNI, March 2011 Watercolor on Coldpress 9.5" * 11* © Carina Lomeli
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Free Knowledge, 2011 Watercolor on Coldpress 9" * 11" © Carina Lomeli
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Education March Watercolor on Cold Press 9 * 10 © Carina Lomeli
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Bike Watercolor on Coldpress 11 * 9 © Carina Lomeli
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The Bomb
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Decolonize Oakland 11.5x7 © all rights reserved by the artist
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How many More sons will be murdered Archival Print © Carina Lomeli
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Vicious Circle
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We are the 99% Oil on Canvas © Carina Lomeli
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Save the wize
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We are legion , Photo: Nov 2nd 2011, Painted: October 2012 Oil on Canvas 11.00" X 36.00" © Carina Lomeli
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Overlooking the Pacific Watercolor 13" * 24" © carina lomeli
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Modern Aztec, 2011 Acrylic on Paper 24" * 18" © Carina Lomeli
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The Invasion, 2013 Archival Print 16" *20" © Carina Lomeli
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Pork Store Café
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Entrance to the Great Oakland Harbor Oil on Canvas 24" X 30" © Carina Lomeli
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the future 2.0, January 2013 Oil on Canvas 22" * 30" © carina lomeli
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Portrait , 2009 Oil 18 * 24 © Carina Lomeli
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A los luchadores su pertenencia/To the warriors what belong to them, 2005 Oil on Canvas © Carina Lomeli
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Decolonize Oakland PRINT © Carina Lomeli
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The Invasion Print © Carina Lomeli
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Bike Party Watercolor on Cold Press © www.carinalomeli.com
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Russian Hill, 2013 Watercolor © Carina Lomeli
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Photo © Melt
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Fight the New Jim Crow © Carina Lomeli
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
West Minister- Ca
Birth year
1984
Lives in
San Francisco
Works in
San Francisco
Schools
Academy of Art University, San Francisco, 2009, Fine Art
Paradise Valley Community College, 2003, Fine Art
Representing galleries
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Tags
arts-education mixed-media traditional, cultural-center surrealism painting, figurative, sculpture, conceptual, photography, graffiti/street-art, exhibition/performance
Statement

As a Political, Impressionist, Activist and a Xicana Artist, my life requires the direct engagement in community. I observe the world with concern for the future and express my anxiety in my paintings. Turning the lens on myself, I continually strive to do less harm in the world by changing my behavior and try to expose others to reality which they avoid through television and repetitive lifestyle. To continually renew my view of the world is very important for me. For example, I ride my bicycle a lot. This changes your perspective: you are not in the closed, protected, walled off confine of a car, nor the safe pedestrian zones. To be a bicyclist in the city is both dangerous and exhilarating, a self-awareness of yourself and the concrete jungle like nothing else. It’s the best way to observe and participate in everyday life in San Francisco. The bicycle, believe it or not, has been my stepping stone to direct activism. I see now the need of creativity and faith in humanity as we together find the true meaning of justice, government and community. The process of my paintings consists of trying to be everywhere in San Francisco where cultural and social communities come together for one common purpose.