Save the Date: Upcoming Hueman Events

It’s been a really busy year for me, and it’s only halfway done! These are the upcoming gallery events where you’ll be able to catch my artwork. If you’re nearby any of these places, stop by and check them out!

September 5th- Street Art Show at CASS Contemporary in Tampa, FL.

September 18th- “32° F” at 351vanbrunt Gallery in NYC. Show runs through October 9th.

October 9th- Three-person group show with Erik Jones and Alex Yanes at ArtNowNY in NYC. Show runs through November 1st.


Featured Artist at La Luz de Jesus Gallery

I’ll be featured in the Laluzapalooza Jury Winners show at La Luz de Jesus Gallery in Los Angeles. The show opens the evening of August 1st and will run through the 31st. Hope you can make it!

To view the online preview, visit the gallery’s website here (make sure to scroll down to view my work).


Solo Show: Between The Lines

Project Gallery Presents
“Between the Lines”
Solo Show

Artist HUEMAN Takes us “Between the Lines” of her Style in Highly-Anticipated Solo Exhibit at Project Gallery

Opening June 5, 2014 | 7pm
Project Gallery
1553 N. Cahuenga Blvd.
Hollywood, CA 90028

For the past year, HUEMAN has been doing non-stop high-profile projects, including a painting commissioned by NIKE, a mural for P. Diddy’s Revolt TV Studios, and her biggest canvas to date: a 90-foot wall in San Francisco at the Ian Ross Gallery. Now she’s taking it back to the gallery walls in a new solo exhibit opening June 5, 2014 at Project Gallery. “Between the Lines,” will premiere more than 12 new pieces on canvas and wood. Project Gallery is located at 1553 N. Cahuenga Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90028.

“Between the Lines” is a play on the artist’s signature style as well as the theme of her new collection of work. A freestyler to the core, HUEMAN has been perfecting a technique of creating free-flowing abstract shapes, finding faces within their framework and then introducing sharp lines to create structure and dimension.

HUEMAN says, “When people look at art, sometimes they look for things that may or may not be there. With [Between the Lines] I want to talk about human behavior and the tendency to place meaning and significance in what we see. I want to examine the not-so obvious: subtexts, innuendos, and the things that go unsaid. I want viewers to literally read between the lines.”Known for her vivid colors and surreal images, HUEMAN’s work is definitely easy to get lost in. For this series, she’s also been branching out beyond the stunning portraiture that’s become her signature with more abstract imagery.

Because her process is so spontaneous it’s hard to believe we’re not getting some glimpse, even if by accident, into the artist’s subconscious. HUEMAN admits that meaning might not be as contrived as it seems. “All the work I do is definitely a snapshot of what I was going through or thinking about when I made it. And yes, sometimes I do get new insight into my life when I step back and look at some of my past projects.”

“Between the Lines” will run from June 5, 2014 until July 20th.


HUEMAN x Nike on

I was recently commissioned by Nike to create a surreal piece inspired by Kobe and his 81-point game as part of their Kobe Prelude Experience exhibit at the Nike Vault at the Staples Center. Here’s the link to my interview with Complex about the piece.


Cameo on ‘Pawn Stars’

Chumlee from the ‘Pawn Stars’ commissioned a mural from me for their Las Vegas Pawn Shop. I make a cameo in the episode, titled “Say It, Don’t Spray It” (Season 8 Episode 3).


KCET: Mural Ordinance Delayed, New Works Pop Up Regardless

(Published on August 20, 2013)

For a city that’s infatuated with its murals, it’s been dishing out a lot of tough love.

Mural leaders and artists were ready to rally for city council to vote for the proposed mural ordinance Tuesday. On Monday morning the vote was delayed for Friday’s city council meeting [Edit: The vote is now scheduled for Wednesday, August 28].

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LA Weekly names ‘Ritual’ a GO! Pick of the Week


Hi-Fructose Previews ‘Ritual’

Interested in how the creative process can function as a personal ritual, Allison “Hueman” Torneros followed a number of her favorite creatives.

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My Summer 2013 Recap

I’ve got to say, this summer was hands down THE. BEST. I spent it doing exactly what I love–painting all over the place, and just having fun. From LA to SF and back down again, a quick stop in Las Vegas, and all over Europe, my weeks were non-stop.. Click ‘read more’ to see pics..

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‘Ritual’ Solo Show Recap

One of my favorite things to do is pick the brains of talented people I admire.. I was doing quite a bit of that this year, and every time there was an exchange of creative ideas, I’d leave feeling crazy inspired, especially when visiting their homes or studios. I’ve always been fascinated with the way people live. What things they decide to buy, how they take care of themselves. How they get motivated. Their behaviors, their habits, their everyday rituals. More specifically, I became obsessed with the daily lives of other creative huemans (and I say that in the most non-creepy way possible!). Every artist has their own way of approaching the creative process. I wanted to hear their stories. How and why did they get into the arts? What do they need to do to get into creative mode? What tools do they use, and why?

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