Sunday, March 16, 2008

Ana Bagayan at BSFA

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We at PopDrawer apologize for our lack of regular postings these past two weeks. We’ve been busy busy busy. And so has the art world we love to follow. This was a big big weekend for new openings, and we’ll try throughout this week to cover a few of them. Starting today with rising star Ana Bagayan. We’ve been to a few of her openings now, and her new work never ceases to thrill us. She has moved quickly from Art Center student to group show participant to showing solo. Her newest show, titled “Mother Nature” opened last night at the Billy Shire Fine Arts Gallery in Culver City, California.

According to the press release, “[Ana Bagayan] uses a less saturated palette filled with animals in natural habitats, attempting to recall feelings of brooding more so than morbidity. Ana Bagayan was born in the capital of Armenia; Yerevan, and moved to the United States when she was six years old. In Burbank, California, she frolicked amongst tall grasses and dancing bears until she entered Art Center of Design in Pasadena where she earned her Bachelors of Fine Arts in Illustration. Ana's work has been received internationally and has been featured in such publications as Rolling Stone, Spin and GQ.”

The new works range in price from $750 to $7500, and there are still a few pieces available. Meanwhile, on a tighter budget you can purchase a limited edition giclee print of her work "Butterfly House" at the store at her site for only $150.

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Ana Bagayan

"Mother Nature" at BSFA

1 comment:

karen said...

great art


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