Friday, February 27, 2015

with Kathryn Markel Fine Arts
Pier 36, New York
March 5th-March 8th

 Ana Zanic, "Origin", watercolor and archival ink on Arches, 35"x38"                 
I am very excited to be a part of Art on Paper, an art fair debuting in New York this year, that will feature work by artists who look to paper as a major influence in their sculpture, drawing, painting, and photography.
It will take place March 5 – 8, 2015 in Manhattan’s vibrant Tribeca waterfront, at Pier 26.

You can browse through the online catalog for the show here.
Here are a couple of my pieces Kathryn Markel Fine Arts will be showing.

 Ana Zanic, "Origin", watercolor and archival ink on Arches, 35"x38"

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

 The Work of Noelle Allen, C.C. Ann Chen and Ana Zanic, Curated by Susannah Papish
Beverly Arts Center, Chicago
Feb 20 - March 22 
East Gallery
Reception/Artist Talk: March 7, 6-8pm

Yesterday I delivered my work at the Beverly Art Center in Chicago, where I am showing my watercolors and ceramics in a three person show; together with two amazing artists - Noelle Allen and C.C. Ann Chen
The gallery is a beautiful space with an "industrial" feel, a high ceiling and lots of natural light from the frosted glass window-wall. 

"The Work of Noelle Allen, C.C. Ann Chen and Ana Zanic features "....experimental, interdisciplinary artwork that moves fluidly between different media and processes." (Allen)  Some of the intersections within the work of Noelle Allen, C.C. Ann Chen and Ana Zanic are the documentation of the impermanence of memory, landscape, structures and the body. Allen's work is tied to materials and process while exploring ideas of propagation. Chen's work stems from an interest in architecture and landscape, and the retranslation of place. She then uses these collected images in the studio to create pieces that potentially deconstruct or disrupt her original photographic documentation. Zanic brings an "intuitive, spontaneous" approach to her studio practice, "...investigat[ing] questions of memories, past, and origin.  Layers of washes form transparent surfaces, evok[ing] questions about life and universe." (Zanic)"