Kirsten Bjøre Guerrero
Kirsten Bjøre Guerrero (she/her) is an artist and educator who places the highest importance on supporting social and emotional connections through making. She loves developing new techniques and creating functional art objects. She is an advocate for issues of art education, mental health, neurodiversity, LGBTQ+ community, and creative entrepreneurship. She has worked in a wide array of media and accepts commissions on a limited basis. Please visit cabracreative.com to learn more.
As a founder of the art collective, WonderStump, Kirsten finds joy and collaboration in all aspects of the arts. WonderStump encourages visual artists, performance artists, musicians, writers, production artists, and creatives of all types to come together to create magical things! Kirsten is also a member of the Arts Alive collective, working collaboratively to elevate the vibrant arts scene in downtown Petaluma.
Kirsten currently serves as the Head of Engagement and Programming at Life On Earth Art. Her work involves forming community partnerships and developing curricula for combined methodologies of healing, artmaking, and activism– to further the mission to unite, create, and heal through art. Please contact Kirsten to learn more about Life on Earth Art and how you might become involved.
Kirsten was born and raised in Southcentral Alaska, spent 15 years teaching in public schools in San Antonio, Texas, and now lives in Sebastopol, California with her partner and their two amazing children.