Friday, May 2, 2014

Opening Reception: "/ˈhī(ə)ˌrärkē/" by Alana Adetola Fajemisin

Please join us for the opening reception of "/ˈhī(ə)ˌrärkē/" (hierarchy), featuring work by Alana Adetola Fajemisin. The opening event is this Friday from 6-9pm at iPrintfromHome.

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About Alana:
Alana Adetola Fajemisin is a native of Buffalo, New York. She received a dual Bachelor’s degree from the State University at Buffalo with a concentration in Fine Arts Painting & Art History.

Her masterfully created oil paintings deal with issues focused around social stratification and the climbing of the social hierarchy ladder performed by physical dominance as well as social interactions. Her paintings often portray coordinated responses to the environmental stimuli that allow us to more effectively interact with our surroundings.

Alana is currently working towards her Master of Arts degree in Museum Studies with a concentration in Education and Community Engagement. She has worked as the Community Programs Coordinator for Main (St)udios and currently works as a Freelance Oil Painter and Portrait Photographer from her attic-studio. Alana also curates quarterly exhibitions for one of Buffalo’s leading restaurants, Kaydara Noodle Bar, located in downtown Buffalo.

She was a three time recipient of the Morrison Scholarship Award while attending UB. Her oil paintings have found homes within the collections of The Vault Arthaus, formally located in downtown Buffalo, as well as a number of personal local, regional and international collections.

Fajemisin’s work has been included in group exhibitions at The Burchfield Penney Arts Center, The UB Center for the Arts, The UB Anderson Gallery, The Buffalo Arts Studio, 464 Art Gallery, The Vault Arthaus, Kaydara Noodle Bar, Filigrees Gallery & Boutique, Spot Coffee, El Beuno Amigo, The Czurles-Nelson Gallery, The Silo City grain elevators, The Niagara Arts and Cultural Center, The Avant Building, Main (St)udios, and downtown Buffalo’s very ownArtspace Lofts.

She has held solo exhibitions at 464 Gallery, Filigrees Gallery & Boutique, Iprintfromhome, and Spot Coffee on Hertel Avenue in North Buffalo. Alana also participated as a fine arts painting exhibitor at the 2013 Fourteenth Annual Elmwood Festival of the Arts.

Alana’s work has been published in Buffalo’s Artvoice magazine, Buffalo Rising, The State University at Buffalo’s Spectrum magazine as well as The Elmwood Avenue Festival of the Arts’ Annual Brochures.

Complimentary snacks and drinks. Free and open to the public. Please feel free to share this event.

Looking forward to seeing you on Friday!


the team

Who: Solo Show by Alana Adetola Fajemisin

What: Opening Reception for "/ˈhī(ə)ˌrärkē/"
When: Friday, May 9th from 6-9pm
2630 Elmwood Ave.(entrance on Shepard)
Kenmore, NY 14217

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