• Popup Cafe -Current Group Exhibition

    Popup Cafe -Current Group Exhibition

    Special collaboration event with art mart, creative space and cycling appreciation.
    I’ll have work and vending with other cyclists . Come celebrate the community, art and cycling.

    Thanks You to everyone hoot came out to support living cycling artists.

    As we ride these vicious streets, we are reminded of the dangers weekly when one of us gets hits and injured or leads to our death do to the toxic driving culture and city’s lack of safe streets for self propelled commuters.

    But let me be clear we will never stop! We will only multiply and fight to fix the prioritization of safer streets for a healthy Los Angeles.

    Our art is a reminder to share the road and perhaps be part of this beautiful community that speaks out and really puts their body on the line for future generations… Ase!

    Special shoutout to @aneuno at @microlapopup for opening the space to us and keeping our work up for the community.
    Shop is open by appointment and special events.

    Artists currently exhibiting:
    @cyco_sundays_skrrrskreech777 @artfullmarlene @desmadre2 @carina_lomeli

  • LINE ATTACK 12- All Line Art Show!!!
    Curated by JT Steiny and Nathan Cartwright

    Opening Saturday, April 8th, 8-11pm

    Stop by and say hello 👋!

    *Plus, our brand new LINE ATTACK ACTIVITY BOOK
    Available at the opening show!

    $5 Donation at the door for opening, No appointment necessary

    On view at The Hive Gallery April 8th-29th
    Gallery hours: Wed-Sat 1-6pm

    (these artists will have from 4 to 5 ft wide of wall space to show new series’ of work)
    Jermz Woodard
    Seamus Smith
    Tamir Rawlings
    Matty Victoria
    Steven Rothblatt
    Drew Maillard
    Thea Saks
    Jesse Jacobellis
    Joey Stupor
    Follow the Seeker
    Jt Steiny
    Hakka Chan
    More TBA!!!

    Line Attack Group show:
    Carrie-Ann Mohr
    Jade Victoria
    Greg Gould
    Carina Lomeli
    Olivia Obrecht
    Shane Mesquit
    Nathan Cartwright
    Molly McIntosh
    Jared Schwartz
    Skyler Gonzalez
    Amari Jade
    Casey Cash
    Mauro Flores Jr.
    Aidan Costello
    Pony Ma
    Kaizoku Bootleg Paraphernalia
    Sandra Gutierrez
    Rosalyn Bataille
    Captain Maberu
    Matthew Weinberg
    Hannah Peck
    Damian DeHoyos
    Taylor Blue
    Scott Sherwood
    Anthony Fuentes
    Nonie Cruzado
    Madeline Maser
    Vicky Kokanour
    Yajaira Sesmas
    Gina Scollick
    Jessica Simone
    Natasha Meyer
    Zoey Stevens
    Timothy Melgoza
    Bianca Turner
    Carl Lozada
    Emily Kupinsky
    O.I.L. Beach
    Dan James
    Chris Waterman
    Jason Lego (Skull Dude)
    and many more to come!!!

    Ye Royal Diske Jockeyes in His Majesty’s Service, curated by the one and only
    Super Bee

  • Artist: Carina Lomeli Solo Pop-up “Xicana Bike Diaries” (September 24, 2022)

    Artist: Carina Lomeli Solo Pop-up “Xicana Bike Diaries” (September 24, 2022)

    About this event
    About the venue

    New Profanity

    Shopping & retail

    7706 Santa Monica Blvd - WeHo

    Queer Woman Owned 💪🏳️‍🌈

    Tues-Saturday 12-7pm

    Committed to only selling items made/designed by independent artists. 💖


  • DTLA / Fashion District Gallery Opening

    DTLA / Fashion District Gallery Opening

    You are invited to the soft launch of our new DTLA / Fashion District Gallery Opening.

    7,000 Square feet with an art gallery room, pop up boutique, silk screen room, performance space, pop up kitchen and MIDNIGHT COMEDY SHOW!

    15 local artists
    3 performance exhibiters
    1 vegan pop up chef
    1 craft beverage pop up
    1 AMAZING midnight comedy show.
    1 local Music Selector

    CASH ONLY concessions all night.

    ARTIST . : :
    Wesley Cuttler
    Julie Pate
    Ané Uno
    Mao Mao
    Dsrup Killforpride
    Mauricio Cache Reyes
    Jessica V GlezCam
    Kevin Bean
    Frank Venadas
    Carina Lomeli

    Jesse Maldonado

    Lloyd Collins

    The Crafty Pedal .

  • Downey Symphony Presents: Viva la Musica!

    Downey Symphony Presents: Viva la Musica!

    Viva La Música! Downey Symphony Concert – Oct 20
    By Downey Arts Coalition – September 14, 2018
    Posted in: Art Exhibition, Featured, Featured Events, Music, Visual Arts
    The Downey Symphonic Society presents ¡Viva la Música!
    October 20th, 2018 at the Downey Theatre.
    With an American premiere by composer Oscar Navarro, who composed the official symphony of the city of Downey, the Downey Overture.
    Clarinetist David Van Maele will perform the Clarinet Concerto no. 3. Also performances of influential pieces by Latin composers such as Alberto Ginastero and Maurice Ravel.
    Music Director Sharon Lavery will give a pre-lecture talk at 7:15,
    and the Downey Arts Coalition presents a new group art exhibit “Viva el Arte.” In the lobby beginning at 6:30.

    Celebrate the 60th anniversary season of the Downey Symphony Orchestra, bringing top quality professional symphonic music to Downey since 1958.

    Use Code: DSART to obtain my discount.

  • Art & Literature Benefit - San Francisco

    Art & Literature Benefit - San Francisco

    Tuesday, September 5,
    6 p.m. to 8 p.m.,

    The San Francisco Living Wage Coalition will be hosting an Art and Literature event featuring author and political activist David Bacon. The event will be held at 2940 – 16th St. suite 301 in San Francisco. David will be reading some excerpts from his new book,
    “In the Fields of the North/En Los Campos del Norte,”
    which shares the stories of farm workers, their families,
    and their communities. Afterwards, we will auction off artworks from
    artists Carina Lomeli, Doug Minkler, Art Hazelwood, Andrea Valencia, Ana Colomo, Txutxo Perez, Romeo Osorio, David Duckworth, Sara Thustra, Debra Walker, Ramon Deanda, Talleres Populares 28J, John Weaver, Nancy Reese and Andriana Madrigal, and photos by Rodger Scott and David Bacon.
    We hope to see you there!



    Local LA Female Artists including Carina Lomeli present works of high art.

    The Hive Gallery & Studios
    729 South Spring St., Los Angeles, CA 90014
    Open Sun-Tues: By Appointment and Wed-Sat: 1 PM — 6 PM
    (213) 955-9051

    Exhibition dates:
    Opening: Saturday, September 9th
    Artwalk: Thursday, September 14th
    Closing: Saturday, September 30th

  • Mujeres de Maiz: Twenty Years of ARTivism & Herstory en L.A.

    Mujeres de Maiz: Twenty Years of ARTivism & Herstory en L.A.

    Mujeres de Maiz and LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes
    invite visitors to experience....

    Mujeres de Maiz: Twenty Years of ARTivism & Herstory en L.A.
    Carina Lomeli will attend as a Vendor! Come support this amazing organization.

    Celebrating twenty years of visual and healing arts as well as political, social, and spiritual work that encourage women's creativity and empowerment, Los Angeles-based collective Mujeres de Maiz has transformed LA Plaza's galleries into a living codex which brings this collective's unique history and culture to life. Visitors are invited to experience MdM through paintings, clothing, historic photographs, ephemera, and exciting installations. Engage all of your senses as you explore an experiential art space, browse the zine library, and encounter interventions throughout the LA Plaza campus.

    Through the exhibition, artistic interventions across LA Plaza, and an exciting array of programs, LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes and Mujeres de Maiz encourage visitors to experience this collective's many different parts, which are rooted in ancestral knowledge and connect the mind, body, and spirit. We honor the legacy of women's culturally, politically, and spiritually grounded creativity, and is dedicated to empowering future generations-for the next twenty years and beyond.

    Retrospective Exhibition Opening Reception
    Sat. March 4th, 3-5PM

    LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes
    501 N. Main Street
    Los Angeles, CA 90012
    Exhibition will be open for La Plaza's regular hours from March 4th-May 29th, 2017.
    Group/Class tours available upon request to info@mujeresdemaiz.com

    Mujeres de Maiz 20th Anniversary
    Live Art Show Festival
    Sat. March 4th, 5-9PM

    LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes
    501 N. Main Street
    Los Angeles, CA 90012

    5pm - Doors/Vendors/Food
    6pm - Performances y mas.

    All Ages, General Admission
    $20-$50 Sliding Scale.

    An Intercultural, Interdisciplinary Intergenerational Artivist Experience w/ performance ofrendas of music, spoken word, dance, artisans, vendors and more featuring womyn and queer/trans people of color. All Ages.

    + Ana Castillo
    + Briseyda Zárate
    + Chingona Fire
    + Chulita Vinyl Club - L.A
    + D'Lo
    + In Lak Ech
    + Irene Diaz
    + Maya Jupiter
    + Medusa The Gangsta Goddess
    and More Special Guests TBA!!

    + Live Intergenerational Mural
    + Photobooth by Las Fotos Project
    + Mujer Mercadito w/ over 20 Community Artistans & Vendors
    + Food

    + Bamby Salcedo
    + Youth Activist
    + Organizer to invite you to
    International Women's Day March 2017 - led by AF3IRM Los Angeles

  • Viva La Muxer - official Los Angeles celebration of International Women’s Day

    Viva La Muxer -  official Los Angeles celebration of International Women’s Day

    Join us March 11th to honor past and present women leaders that inspire us by celebrating female creativity, art, and music!

    Viva La Muxer will include an all female line-up artshow, local vendors, musical performances, workshops, food, drinks and more!

    This amazing event is to raise funds for Las Fotos Project, an art mentoring program for girls. To learn more, visit www.lasfotosproject.org

  • Art Walk Los Angeles

    Art Walk Los Angeles

    This Thursday spot me at Art Walk LA.
    I will be on spring street between 4th and 5th street.
    5-10pm come chill I'll be painting live!

  • 2 Annual Jardin deLArte: Recentering Los Angeles Art and Artists Art Fair

    2 Annual Jardin deLArte: Recentering Los Angeles Art and Artists Art Fair

    May 20th Friday 6 PM-9 PM - May 21st, Saturday 11 AM - 4 PM

    Grand Park in Downtown L.A.

    San Fernando Valley Art Collective and Self Help Graphics & Art, Jardin deLArte will showcase Los Angeles County painters and fine art printmakers, who’s work represents the vitality and breadth of Los Angeles County’s arts community.

    Stay Tuned, more info TBA.

  • Linus Galleries: All in Due Time

    Current Juried Exhibition Winners

    Ali Nadoom 2
    Beth Sistrunk 1
    Carina Lomeli 1 Yey!
    Deprise Brescia 1
    Dolores Kiriacon 2
    Elisabeth Ladwig 2
    Gloria Bhargava 1
    Haley Manchon 2
    James Weiss 2
    Jennifer Dipper 1
    Jose Pardo 2
    Judit Ladányi 1
    Justin Zielke 2
    Katie Beall 1
    Kelly Burke 2
    Kurstein Keck 1
    Laura Migliorino 3
    Leston Peck 1
    Liza Botkin 1
    Megan Burak 1
    Meline Höijer Schou 2
    Michael Marlitt 1

    Reception: TBA
    Los Angeles Art Galleries in Pasadena and Long Beach

  • Reclaiming Cinco de Mayo / Rescate de Cinco de Mayo

    The San Francisco Living Wage Coalition
    invites you to our Spring art and literature gala

    Cinco de Mayo
    Celebration of Cross-border Unity

    The theme is rescuing Cinco de Mayo from its corporate commercialization
    as "Drinko de Mayo." On May 5, 1862, a people’s militia fought invading
    French troops in the town of Puebla, Mexico, defeating an army twice its
    size. Napoleon was planning to intervene in the U.S. Civil War on the
    side of the slavocracy. The intervention of the French could have been a
    decisive factor leading to a Confederate victory in the Civil War. After
    the battle of Gettysburg, Union forces joined Mexicans in their efforts
    to drive out the French monarchy and reinstall the democratically
    elected President Benito Juarez. Today, more than ever, we need unity in
    a renewed struggle for greater democracy, especially economic democracy.

    Art by Ronnie Goodman, Rene Yanez, Calixto Robles, Carina Lomeli, Doug
    Minkler, Art Hazelwood, Michael Roman, Romeo Osorio, Txutxo Perez, Ana
    Colomo, Ramon Deanda, Charles Blackwell, David Duckworth, Talleres
    Populares 28J, Sara Thustra, Rodger Scott, Nancy Reese, Debra Walker,
    Richard Bermack
    Music by Francisco Herrera, Mario, Elizabeth and Nancy Esteva, Marvin
    Flores, Diego Sardaneta
    Poetry by Tony Robles

    Thursday, May 5
    6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
    Redstone Labor Temple
    2940 – 16th Street, San Francisco
    (between Mission and South Van Ness, half-block from 16th St. BART)

    $5 – admission
    complimentary food and drinks

    a benefit for the San Francisco Living Wage Coalition and Las Hormigas
    in Ciudad Juarez

    For more info, contact the San Francisco Living Wage Coalition,
    (415)863-1225, www.livingwage-sf.org

  • "Resist Series" at South Central Los Angeles Regional Center!

    As of May 20th 2015 the "Resist Series" was donated to the Regional Center by Collectors Laura Alvarez & Margarita Sanchez from Independent Hands. The works are now permanently on display to the public during the healing process. Thank you ladies so much for your contribution to our community!

    South Central Los Angeles Regional Center
    2500 S. Western Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA 90018


  • Past Shows...

    BFA 2009 Fine Art/Academy of Art University
    BFA 2004 General/Paradise Valley Community College

    Group Exhibitions
    2015 MERGE, Ruby Skye, San Francisco, CA.
    2015 All things Unsettled: Juried Exhibition, Gear Box Gallery, Oakland, CA.
    2015 South Central Los Angeles Regional Center, Los Angeles, CA.
    2015 Art Attack Gallery, San Francisco , CA.
    2014 Spring Art and Literature Gala: Living Wage Fundraiser, San Francisco, CA.
    2014 Contemporary Women, Chico Art Center, Chico, CA.
    2013 Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts, San Francisco, CA.
    2013 The Paolo Mejia Art Gallery, San Francisco, CA.
    2013 Spring Art and Literature Gala: Living Wage Fundraiser, San Francisco, CA.
    2012 Narcolandia, Couagula Curatorial, Los Angeles, CA.
    2012 Spring Art and Literature Gala: Reclaiming Cinco de Mayo, 518 Valencia, San Francisco, CA.
    2011 Oilhius Art Exhibit, Ark 221, San Francisco, CA.
    2010 Faculty + Alumni Fine Art Auction, 79 Gallery, San Francisco, CA.
    2010 Redrawing the Lines, Seed Corn Gallery, Berkeley, CA.
    2009 Love, Artist X-change, San Francisco, CA.
    2009 Dermafilia Tattoo Shop, San Francisco, CA.
    2009 Faculty + Alumni Fine Art Auction, 79 Gallery, San Francisco, CA.
    2009 Beyond Boundaries, Seed Corn Gallery, Berkeley, CA.
    2009 Co-Show, 625 Sutter Gallery, San Francisco, CA.
    2009 Hope And Change, Submission Art Space, San Francisco, CA.

    Solo Exhibitions
    2015 International Sports Club, San Francisco, CA.
    2015 Le Promanade Cafe, San Francisco, CA.
    2014 Bikes not Bombs, Salon Macias, San Francisco, CA.
    2014 Cafe Union, San Francisco, CA.
    2014 Melt Cafe, San francisco, CA.
    2013 Pork Store Cafe, San Francisco, CA.
    2013 Activism Art, Mutiny Radio Gallery, San Francisco, CA.
    2012 All is Good, Gestalt Haus Bar, San Francisco, CA.
    2011 Amsterdam Cafe, San Francisco, CA.
    2010 Exhibit, OZ Lounge, San Francisco, CA.
    2010 Presidential Palace, Santiago Tangamandapio, Michoacan, MEX.
    2009 Show, Bean There Café, San Francisco, CA.

    Orange County, California; January 24, 1984.