Niki Lopez

Niki Lopez is an Afro-Latina, Queer, award-winning interdisciplinary Visual Artist, Curator, Activist, Social Practitioner, Cultural Programmer and mother. Known for her vibrant color palette, masks and a collection of works dealing with some of her past traumas and healing through the arts.

Founder of “What’s Your Elephant” a movement that creates safe spaces and uses the arts to address the unspoken.

“Art allows me to voice an opinion, challenge a perspective, and inspire change.”

Niki has donated artwork to support various causes such as World AIDS MUSEUM, Human Rights Campaign and Equality Florida.

The 2019 Co-Grand Marshall of Wilton Manors/Stonewall Pride as the ‘Future of Advocacy’ and a 2020 recipient of Broward County’s Arts & Culture Visionaries Award by ArtServe.

Like the phoenix, I AM
Mixed Media relief painting:
acrylic paint, plaster, papier-mâché,
gold leaf on canvas
48 x 60

Rest easy, Beloved
Mixed Media relief. papier-mâché,
acrylic paint, plaster on canvas
18 x 25

The Guardian
Mixed Media relief. papier-mâché,
acrylic paint, plaster, reclaimed
vintage wooden drawer
10 x16 x 2 3/4

Tuning In
Mixed Media relief. plaster,
acrylic paint, cowrie shells on wood.
14 x 11 x 4

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