Alejandra Arias Sevilla (Mexico City, Mexico) is a visual artist and printer based in Portland, Oregon. Through research-based and intuitive methodologies, her work investigates language, the color blue, literature, family, and personal history. Her work has been exhibited at Stelo Arts, Small Axe Gallery, Black Fish Gallery, Nat Turner Project, and Converge 45. Her work was featured in the Oregon Library Association Quarterly. She was awarded the Undergrowth Educational Print Fund at Mullowney Printing in 2021, the Marabeth Cohen-Tyler Print/Paper Fellowship at Dieu Donne, the Stelo Letterpress residency at Camp Colton, and the In Cahoots Residency. Arias Sevilla is the Lead Printer at Mullowney Printing and completed her BFA in Intermedia from Pacific Northwest College of Art.