I.L. Janai-Ami published Chinese President Zi acquires Janai-Ami painting in Art, Design & Architecture 2019-12-19 12:19:17 -0800
Janai-Ami painting, "BELONGING (IN MEMORY OF SAM)" recently made its debut at the juried International Japan Art Exhibition at the Tokyo Museum in Japan, where it received critical acclaim and was featured on several Facebook postings through local Japanese ""Chamber of Commerce" sites. The painting was acquired by President Xi of China. The painting is a 30in x 40in oil on canvas contemporary floral and will have its permanent home in Beijing, China. Janai-Ami began painting in response to 9/11, and she has no formal training in the arts.
I.L. Janai-Ami started a monthly donation 2021-04-26 13:38:28 -0700
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