Lobby Art Exhibit

Original Ethiopian Art

by Ayane R. Gidada
(on display through Aug. 2017)

Born Ethiopian American, Ayane R. Gidada grew up in Ethiopia, then moved to the USA. She studied the arts at Parsons School of Design and in Florence, Italy and graduated with a bachelors degree in Fine Arts from Syracuse University.

“In my art, I wish to invoke questions and ideas of gender, age, beauty and femininity in the context of different cultures and religions,” – Ayane R. Gidada

I Create With Love

My art is my way of sharing my self with you. I hope that you will feel the love and enjoyment that I feel in my art. I have been creating art for as long as I can remember. It is my language of expression. I was born in Ethiopia and moved to the USA. I am part American and part Ethiopian. I am a child of two worlds. My art is my expression of always trying to bring my worlds together, East and West. The world is one. We are one. Thank you.

Submit your work

We are actively seeking visual artists to submit their work for public display in our Lobby Art Gallery.  Exhibits typically rotate every 6-8 weeks.  We prefer local artist and favor visual aesthetics that are aligned with our values of environmental sustainability and personal growth.

To submit your work, please fill out this short form and we will be in touch with you.

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