Alejandra Arias Sevilla is an interdisciplinary artist and printer based in Portland, Oregon. She investigates semantics, familiar spaces, and personal history to reflect and analyze the language that knits her selfhood. These are rooted in the storytelling of her grandmothers, her childhood in mexico, and the complexities of the color blue.
Her work has been shown with Nat Turner Project, Black Fish Gallery, and Converge 45. She earned her degree at Pacific Northwest College of Art. She is the 2021 awardee of the Undergrowth Educational Print Fund at Mullowney Printing and the Stelo Letterpress Residency.