Sophia Green works with an evolving visual language driven by the exploration of cultural ideas, environmental concerns, chance and the nature of the materials. Her current process uses monochromatic layers with emerging and overlaid symbols to create the interplay of concrete, abstract and experimental elements. In this series Ms. Green explores words with their living, shifting, and malleable meanings, to probe and reflect upon trending and shifting social concerns. She recalls that her parents’ friends were artists, writers and teachers. This early environment fostered in her a love of the visual and literary which eventually coalesced in her creative work. Ms. Green, who began her career as a commercial computer game artist, has been creating fine art at her studio in San Francisco for the past two decades. Before COVID, her work could be seen at 1890 Bryant Street Open Studios in the Mission. Ms. Green has exhibited at art events such as Art For Aids Art Auction and in Bay Area galleries including; SOMARTS, Fort Mason Artists Gallery, City Art Gallery, Asterisk Gallery, 111 Minna Gallery and most recently, as an exhibiting artist in the de Young Open at San Francisco’s de Young Museum. Ms. Green’s work is included in numerous private collections in the Bay Area and NYC.