Sophia Sobrino is a 19-year-old artist based in Atlanta, Georgia. She is a graduate of the International Baccalaureate program at Campbell High School, and she is attending Oglethorpe University to major in Studio Art. Sophia is an entirely self-taught artist; Her work is an evolving body that seeks to reflect her emotions, often drawing from Feminism, experience with marginalized identity, and observation of popular culture. Her work is inspired by Surrealism, Lowbrow, and Contemporary art styles with an emphasis in illustration and painting. Sophia was born and raised in Atlanta, and she is very proud of her Hispanic heritage.
Most recently, Sobrino has exhibited in 'How We Become', a group exhibition at the Town + Culture art gallery and has co-curated "Oglethorpe's Portfolio: Art by Students" highlighting LGBTQ+ artists at Oglethorpe University. She has previously had her art displayed at the Mexican Consulate for her solo exhibition, Epifanías, and in the Governor’s Honors Program Art Group Exhibition at Berry College. She has partnered with the Latin American Association to exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, and the Institute of Mexican Culture to exhibit at the Margaret Mitchell House Museum for Dia de los Muertos.