Lianna Zaragoza

Lianna Zaragoza transfigures natural pigments ground from soil, rocks, and charcoal into ephemeral, site-responsive artworks that examine the intersection of geologic, cultural, and temporal conditions which humans have relied upon for generations to build their communities and sense of belonging.

Originally from South Florida, Lianna Zaragoza holds a BFA in Painting from the University of Florida and an MFA in Studio Arts from the George Washington University’s Corcoran School of the Arts and Design where she was awarded the Morris Louis Art Student Endowment Fellowship. Zaragoza participated in the Post-Graduate Residency program at the Torpedo Factory in Alexandria, VA and was a recent recipient of a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts to support her in creating three art activations within the Alexandria public parks system. Her work has been exhibited across the DC Metro region, including The Athenaeum, Brentwood Arts Exchange, and Glen Echo Park Partnership for Arts and Culture.


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