Cinthia Marisol Lozano is a queer writer, interdisciplinary artist and innovator currently living in Oakland, California, the unseeded land of the Ohlone People. They are a first generation child born on Native Tongva land from Central American walkers, land of the Maya Lenca and Pipil. The ephemeral and ritual guide their artistic voice, as they seek to create pieces that reflect gratitude, prayer, curiosity and metamorphosis. They aspire to grow conscious art that positively impacts, inspires and empowers. In both their life and art practice, they strive toward manifesting a balanced understanding of purpose and intention; they are constantly seeding their destiny in this world.
Cinthia Marisol received their BFA from Otis College of Art and Design in 2015 and their Masters in Book Arts from Mills College in 2021. Their work has been exhibited at Aggregate Space Gallery, Espacio 1839, and Self Help Graphics, among numerous other group exhibitions. Their work can be found in the collections of ONE Gay and Lesbian Archives at the USC Libraries and their book, Del Maiz can be found at The Newberry Library Collections in Chicago.