Angela Beloian
November 2016 to February 2017
Jeppesen Terminal
Level 5 west side, near north security screening

Artist Angela Beloian produced “Topiaries” as a meditative and subtle exploration of organic forms in an effort to quiet life’s bombardment of stimuli.

Paintings within the exhibit were constructed much like a gardener shapes a topiary; Beloian physically ties elements in her paintings together. Her sewing suggests the work has organically grown in reaction to this process. The sewn paintings and large scale mural within “Topiaries” collectively employ ink, yarn, and latex paint. Her work harkens back to growing up within a family that appreciated handmade things and who practiced woodworking and knitting.

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Angela Beloian has more than 20 years of experience as a professional artist. Since graduating with a BFA in Fine Arts from the University of California at Santa Barbara in 1991, she has exhibited her work in museums, galleries and art centers throughout the United States. Her work has appeared on the cover of Studio Visit Magazine (2014) and been reviewed in publications including Art Ltd (2014) and Westword where she received a “Best of Denver Award” (2014). She heads the art program at an independent high school in Boulder where she teaches and facilitates the Visiting Artist Program.

She is represented by Walker Fine Art in Denver.