Felipe Colina is a multi-disciplinary artist and community leader. He was born in Maracaibo, Venezuela and currently lives in Redwood City, CA.

Inspired by his father's philosophy of architecture and his mother's kindness, Felipe discovered in art a means of individual exploration and service to the community. He currently works as the Director of Operations at SCRAP, a long-standing arts and education non-profit organization in San Francisco, where he marries his passion for art and social impact.

​He has ten years of management experience in tech, restaurant and non-profit industries. His artistic work has been shown in galleries in the Bay Area. Felipe holds a B.A. in Mathematics and History from Williams College.

​Felipe’s goal is to combine his academic background, management experience and artistic skills to develop and execute architectural projects that address pressing social and environmental issues. Felipe is currently studying at the College of San Mateo, expecting to obtain his Associate Degree in Architecture in Fall 2024.


2021. 90 Minute Radius. Red Giant Coffee. Redwood City, CA
2021. RePurposeful, The Art of Collage & Assemblage. Randall Museum. San Francisco, CA
2021. Teaching Artist, SCRAP, San Francisco, CA
2021. ArtSpan Benefit Auction, San Francisco, CA
2020. Salon des Refuses, Live Worms Gallery. San Francisco, CA
2020. CExCGxNIAD, SaveArtSpace. San Francisco Bay Area, CA
2019. Beginnings, Marcela's Gallery. Menlo Park, CA