Trinity Sky Esola is a young artist from Santa Cruz, CA.

Across mediums her work explores ideas of womanhood, belonging, and the never-ending questions that tug at our consciousness. Fed by the quiet moments spent alone in the dirt, her journal entries are the root of her more developed works, with lines becoming poems and sketches becoming paintings. Trinity is currently studying at Warren Wilson College in Swannanoa, NC, where she is taking classes in biology, learning the craft of blacksmithing, and working on finding her place in the family of things.



Georgiana Bruce Kirby Preparatory School: Arts Intensive Path including Book Arts, Weaving, Ceramics, Painting, Drawing, and Printmaking

California State Summer School of the Arts: Ceramics and Printmaking

Santa Cruz Art League: Botanical Illustration

Warren Wilson College, Biology (in progress)


Work Experience

Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History: Community Programs Intern, 2015-16

West Coast Craft INTRO Vendor, Summer and Winter of 2017

Studio Assistant for Book and Paper Artists Peter and Donna Thomas - ongoing

 Warren Wilson College Blacksmith Crew, Fall 2018 - present


"POWER" monoprint published in the inaugural issue of Susie Magazine, 2016

Photos and Interview featured in article on West Coast Craft INTRO in the April 2017 issue of San Francisco Magazine

“Green Valley Road” published in Fall 2018 edition of PEAL: Literary Magazine of Warren Wilson College