Every family is a river.
Some are raging waterfalls, others babbling brooks. Some meander while others head straight for the ocean.
We discovered a river where… a raw talent runs through it.
A grandmum and granddaughter, the wise old river that meets a fledgling sea.
We’re proud to represent them both.
Aria Luna, who also goes by the name Cairo, is one of the world s youngest exhibiting artists and a changemaker who uses the power of her art to raise awareness of social and environmental issues.
Her work has been exhibited internationally, sold to private collectors throughout the United States, and has raised funds for such causes as art programs, ocean conservation, ecotourism, and wildfire relief.
A multiple award-winning artist, Aria Luna serves as an artist ambassador for the protection of the Amazon rainforest.
Originally from Central Europe, Luba is a visual artist and photographer.
Luba was the youngest student in her art school in the Czech Republic—and the 4th best student out of 300 in her class, in fact. She studied fine arts, photography, sculpture, glass and wood work, and interior and exhibit design. She went on to a promising career in classical film animation in the renowned Studio Prometheus, a satellite of Krátky Film Studios. But the political situation in her country became untenable, and she was forced to emigrate to the U.S. with her young family. She re-established herself here, lending her talents to television, exhibit and graphic design.
With her second career firmly in the rear view mirror, Luba is returning to her roots as a painter and artist.
Can you tell which of the images in the filmstrip above are Luba’s, and which are Aria Luna’s? Can you see the undercurrents that run through both artists?
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