New Works by Painter Anna Pap Shown at Long Beach Antique & Collectible Market

"Ostia, Italy" Acrylic on Canvas by Anna Pap 16" x 20", $250.00

Billy Blue Eye is pleased to present four new works by one of our favorite painters, Anna Pap. Each new work is representative of her dramatic use of high color contrast and reflecting imagery which is often a montage of European travel memories, photographs and imagination that captures an essence of freshness and delight offering universal appeal.

Anna was born and educated in Budapest, Hungary. She  currently resides in her hilltop home in Southern California where the beauty of the greenbelts and white water ocean views provide her with plenty of inspiration. Her love of nature is seen in her floral portraits.

 

"White Moth Orchids" Acrylic on Canvas by Anna Pap 16" x 20", $150.00 SOLD

These works will be on display and available for sale this Sunday, May 30th at the Long Beach Antique & Collectible Market. It is held at the Long Beach Veteran’s Stadium, Conant Street just east of Lakewood Boulevard from 6:30 AM until 2:00 PM.  This Sunday, Billy Blue Eye will be located in space number A840; find us under our signature green and white tent.

"La Gondola" Acrylic on Canvas by Anna Pap 18" x 24", $150.00

For additional information on the Long Beach Flea Market contact us  directly or visit their website http://www.longbeachantiquemarket.com. We hope to see you on Sunday!

 

"Solitary Aperitif" Oil on Canvas by Anna Pap 12" x 16", $275.00

 

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