UMA RANI IYLI


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Q-tip Connection—Orange Gold

Digital print on 12-Color Canon on Hahnemühle Fine Art acid-free paper

Edition: 1/10, 1AP

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20″ x 20″

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Uma Rani Iyli is a San Francisco Bay Area artist working in mixed media installations, sculpture, paintings, and photography. Uma Rani Iyli was born in Bangalore, India, in 1974, and she received her foundational arts education at the College of Fine Arts, Bangalore. At age 21, she moved to United States, and later received her BFA from the California College of Arts in Oakland. She currently lives in the east bay and maintains her studio at the Journal Arts Building in San Francisco.

Uma’s recent 2016 accomplishments include being a juried winner in ArtSlant’s 3rd 2016 ArtSlant Prize Showcase competition; being a part of ArtSpan group exhibit at stARTup Art Fair, San Francisco; “Abstract Catalyst Exhibition” in Portland; Exposed-Photography exhibit in Palo Alto’s Pacific Art League juried by Danny Sanchez of Themes + Projects; “Exposure Award” publication; ArtSpan 2015 guide competition; and the “Trending” WCA on-line exhibit and catalog. In addition, she was selected for the 2015–2016 ArtSpan Residency at the Journal Arts Building in San Francisco. Uma received ’Juror’s choice’ award at “ArtSpan SF Open Studios in 2014 by juror Christo Oropeza and was featured in Broke-Ass Stuart’s feature about ArtSpan’s 2015 Open Studios written by Candice Cui. Her works have been selected for national juried shows such as “WCA Best of 2014 Exhibition” and “Blue Planet,” an Eco-art exhibition presented by Pacific Region Women’s Caucus for Arts. Uma has also shown work in Public venues such as Saratoga Library, Menlo Park Library, and SF Convention and Visitors Bureau.

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