Selina Andréa Scott is a Diné (Navajo) and Hispanic artist from Tempe, Arizona. She graduated from Arizona State University and completed a BFA in Drawing in 2021. Selina is inspired by her Indigenous and Hispanic heritage, and the focus of her work is to progress their representation in contemporary art and share the beauty of these communities. The main themes in her art include the exploration of identity, matriarchal ideas, connecting to nature, and pride in her culture. She creates in traditional mediums like oil, acrylic, graphite, and pastel but also explores work in digital illustrations and printmaking.

In 2021, Selina was one of 40 artists selected for the AXA Art Prize that exhibited at the New York Academy of Art in New York. Currently, Selina is based in Phoenix, Arizona and has displayed her artwork in local exhibitions and events at ASU, Xico, Cahokia, and the Heard Museum.

Cover Art Title:
I knead my dough the way you showed me
40 x 60
Acrylic on canvas