Julieta Cahue, a multidisciplinary artist with a trajectory of more than 22 years, was born in Gardenia, California 1981. Currently residing in the city of Houston.

Julieta grew up in Guanajuato, Mexico, and studied at Universidad La Salle, graduating with a double concentration in Fine Art and Graphic Design, which led her to debut as an artist exhibiting one of her pieces entitled “Mother Earth” this was published in the local newspaper A.M. in June of 2002. 

She has participated in several individual and collective exhibitions in the United States and Mexico, including the Art 43 show, a demonstration of the local community’s solidarity with the families of the students missing in Ayotzinapa. The event set the tone for the ethos communicated by her work – inspiring a positive revision of how we view ourselves as collaborators for a common cause.

Progress is a concept that many of Julieta’s works are rooted in, and she admits that she feels most inspired to create while viewing society through a critical lens. “I use art to express many different ideologies: the influences on society, distribution of power, social relations and values… For me, making art is a commentary on the nature, of society. It is a way of causing an impact on the way we have been instructed to live.” 

She is committed to discovering the feats of local creatives and tuning in to the experiences the art scene offers. She is an exceptional sculptor and painter and is valued by her contemporaries for her role as an activist as well. 

Despite her global perspective, the aesthetic of her work in many ways reflects the culture of her upbringing. The influential use of color in Mexican art stands in Julieta’s work as well, like artifacts of the culture. Marrying traditional imagery with a modern, rebellious aesthetic grant her work a quality that resonates – it is familiar, yet at the same time a vessel for new ideas, a new interpretation of the world. 

Looltum – Flor de Piedra 2018 Museum MIM
Leon Gto. Mexico


Her work has been exhibited in cities like Leon Gto. Mexico, Houston, Austin, San Antonio, and Mcallen in the state of Texas.


Madre Tierra 2002 – Local Newspaper Publication

Exposicion Studiantil

Universidad La Salle Bajio | Leon, Gto. MEX.


Capitalistic Venus de Milo – Ego Art show


La Playa | Houston, TX. USA.

“Art 43 Houston”

Redbud Gallery | Houston, TX. USA.


Houston, Tx. USA.


The Duality Art Show

“The Duality Art Show”

Visionary Heights | Houston, TX. USA.

“Annunaki’s silence auction”

Visionary Heights | Houston, TX. USA.


Mixed Media on Canvas 40in x 30in 2015

“Dia De Los Muertos”

MECA | Houston, TX. USA.


ART Brand – Performance

“ART BRAND” short film/performance

Splendora Gardens | Houston, TX. USA.

“Creadores de la Cominudad”

MiM Museum | Leon Guanajuato, Mexico
“The 2nd annual Flower Show”

Splendora Gardens| Splendora Gardens, TX


Globalization of Peace

“Latino Art Now”

Public work Houston, TX. USA.

“The 3rd Annual Flower Show of Splendora”

Splendora Gardens| Splendora, TX. USA


Kisses in the Rain – Rising Tide


Randall Gallery | Houston, Tx. USA.

The Show Must Go On

Randall Gallery | Houston, Tx. USA.



It’s a wrap! “I AM A DREAMER 🖤🫶🏽💜💚”I’m traveling a lot lately and I was not able to come and finished this mural until today.. yes I work Sundays if needed to 🤷🏽‍♀️😁. I hope the comunity likes it and inspires all this young souls to believe on there dreams! #houstonart #houstonartist #latinaartist #mexican #latina #mexicana #artista #muralista #escultora #dreamers #imadreamer #mural #mixedmedia #hot #colors #love #arte #art #artofinstagram #houston #morenita #houstonartists #mura

♬ I Wanna – Spellspellspell
I am a Dreamer – Public work

“Grand opening Art in the heart“

Art in the Heart | Houston Tx. USA