Born: 1942 Hingham, MA., USA
Type of Art: Figure Painter, Vibratory Art, Created Multi-dimensional Expressionism
Methods: Mastery of historical techniques as well as constant experimentation to better express her visionary paintings
Media: Water based pigments of pure color with archival extenders and binders
Subjects: All aspects of multi dimensional expression… from realistic figure painting to pure energy expressions.
Teachers: Frank Lloyd Wright, Paolo Soleri, Buckminster Fuller (architecture)
Attended UCB Berkeley in the 60’s and graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture from the U. of Oregon in 1972. She produced in the field of Architecture from the 60’s through the 80’s creating concept designs for hundreds of large commercial projects while pursuing with passion her art career.
Avione started painting while still a child at 3 years old, following visions that continued all her life. She created an art movement called Multidimensional Expressionism in the 60’s, coining the phrase “Vibratory Art” and continued, as a figure painter, to explore these energies lifelong. Ava combined the best pigments available with her own archival extenders and binders enabling her to create with pure color.
She is best known for her 4’ by 8’ canvases depicting multidimensional beings. 150 of these masterworks are currently on display at her “Living Museum” in Northern CA. Ava Created 80 of these “Living Museums” in 80 countries as well as many in the United States as an example to artists to found their own systems of creation, showings, and marketing as most Museums can house less than .001 percent of artists’ works.
As a result, a first, her Artwork has generated millions of dollars in revenues, financing many projects and charitable donations. Ava is one of the most prolific and valued artists in the world today. Her work is collected by many notable people, museums, and corporations. In addition 5,000 sq. ft. of archives are available for viewing at her “Living Museum”.
Friday March 8th
One day only
5 / 7 PM
44 N. San Joaquin St.
A free event