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Ana Bagayan’s Yesterday’s Flower

One of the leaders of the new Pop-surrealism movement, Ana Bagayan, has a fun sketch-based show opening up early February at FB69 Gallery in Germany. Comprising mostly of drawings, many of which were created in a couple months of a-drawing-a-day sessions, 'Yesterday's Flower' offers an extensive and affordable selection of original works, a couple small paintings and even a print or two. Ana will be flying out on February 2nd for the show's opening, but for now catch a preview of her drawings after the jump.

One of the leaders of the new Pop-surrealism movement, Ana Bagayan, has a fun sketch-based show opening up early February at FB69 Gallery in Germany. Comprising mostly of drawings, many of which were created in a couple months of a-drawing-a-day sessions, ‘Yesterday’s Flower’ offers an extensive and affordable selection of original works, a couple small paintings and even a print or two. Ana will be flying out on February 2nd for the show’s opening, but for now catch a preview of her drawings here.

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