Ani Ipradjian her personal style she likes to think It represents her past present and future.
Ani is best known for her asymmetrical style and she likes to depict nature and city themes in her work.
Born in Melbourne in 1975 from a very early age Ani has always had a love of art in particular painting.
Growing up as a young women she spent a considerable amount of time travelling between the peninsula coast and the city as her parents owned and operated several different business’s.
The sites and memories she experienced along the way have stayed with her till this day and they have a great influence in her paintings.
In her early 20s Ani did some travelling around Australia which only enhanced her love of nature and the wonderful colours of our Australian landscape Now married Ani spends any spare time she gets walking and driving along the coastline and also tracking the wonderful nature paths Australia has to offer with her husband and young son, these outings have inspired many of her latest designs in colour and in thought.
The main mediums she works with is acrylic and mixed media with the luscious textures, shapes and colour combinations that all come together.
Her trademark is the lush black and white textures that emphasis and make all the colours pop.
Ani has studied Diploma of Art and Design, Diploma of Graphic Design and now Diploma of Photography.
She also has a background in printing, advertising and now with her husband runs a successful family magazine based in the Manningham shire which she has helped build since 2009.
Ani is extending her collection of original paintings and prints which come from a great knowledge of mediums, shapes and compositions. The Asymmetrical influence is highly represented thought her work and is organically balanced. Her art is born from shapes that you find in buildings and nature joined by the use of space in a very dynamic way.
Her inspiration comes from Orphanism derived from Cubism this movement was born in 1912.
Two artists that do influence Ani are Robert and Sonia Delaunay their simultaneous design principles and colour is very appealing.
Two other artists are Wassily Kandinsky and Victor Vasarelyboth these artists use abstract squares and concentric circles which have played a major influence behind her art.