Lucha Rodriguez received her MFA in Printmaking from Savannah College of Art and Design, and BFA in Graphic Design from The Art Institute of Atlanta. Her work ranges from drawings, etchings, colorful silkscreens, to immersive multi-layered installations of cut paper, each created with pink – the artist’s signature color.
Born in Venezuela, she has been featured group and solo exhibitions in the U.S., Mexico, India, Hong Kong, and France. She has received grant awards from the City of Atlanta, and Art on the Beltline to create public art murals and sculptural projects. Her most recent commission is a site-specific paper installation for The Bascom Center for the Visual Arts, North Carolina.
She has attended residency programs such as The Vermont Studio Center, Hambidge Center for the Creative Arts & Sciences, The Carroll House Fellowship, Walthall Artist Fellowship and Assets for Artists Studio Residency at MASS MoCA.