Seta Injeyan studied at the Art Center College of Design, Pasadena CA, with Richard Diebenkorn, Llyn Foulkes, and other notable fine artists. She received a BFA with Honors.
She has had many solo exhibitions and invitational group shows. She is the recipient of numerous awards, and her works are in individual and corporate collections.
Seta Injeyan is the creator of the genre Perspective Surrealism, an art form that stimulates the conscious and unconscious mind with images that demand simultaneous examination of multiple perspectives within a single painting.
In her most recent work, Heart and Soul, Injeyan explores not only co-existing perspectives of the external world, but also the inner universe of humanity . . . its heart and soul. She places the heart in a context that displays its vitality in humanity, nature, and the cosmic whole. Our respect for this organ has been expressed in poetry and literature but less, it seems, through visual art.
Injeyan's upcoming events include a solo show in the 2014 Expo Chicago Exposure.
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