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Do Epic Shit | Oil And Acrylic Painting in Paintings by Sona Fine Art & Design  - SFAD | Los Angeles in Los Angeles. Item made of canvas with synthetic
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Sona Fine Art & Design  - SFAD

Do Epic Shit - Paintings

Featured In Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA

Price $8,500

Painting: Spray Paint, Acrylic, Paint on Canvas.

New DES, all of the inventory is gone and happy to welcome this neon gem into the fam!
• Mediums: acrylic, spray paint, precious metal leafing, mixed media painting
• on canvas.
Do Epic Shit was created to help people fight adversity through hard-work - 2019

Painting: Acrylic, Spray Paint, Airbrush and Enamel on Canvas.

DES - Do epic shit series #37 - meant to inspire forward action self-driven results, be epic, go soar and conquer! On - going series.

Acrylic, sand, spray paint, precious metal leafing on canvas. Original artwork.

Keywords: Paintings, Do Epic Shit, Urban, Pop Art, Contemporary Art, Art Gallery, Interior Design, Colorful, Decor, Design, Art, Inspiration

Subjects: Popular culture

Styles: Abstract, Pop Art, Modern, Expressionism, Fine Art

Mediums: Acrylic, Spray Paint, Airbrush, Enamel

Materials: Canvas


abstract art
fine art
Pop art
street art
contemporary art
graffiti art
inspirational art
colorful art
interior design decor
neon art


Abstract Expressionism
Pop Art
Street Art

Spray Paint


limited series and original artwork

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Sona Fine Art & Design  - SFAD
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2020
Multidisciplinary Contemporary artist

Sona Mirzaei is a multi-disciplinary artist from Los Angeles, CA whose body of work include paintings, collage, public art, sculptures, street murals, and performance art. She has been featured in the Huffington Post recently and a celebrated artist. Also, Internationally awarded Artist of the Year by the London International Creative Competition in 2014, and by Art for Progress in New York City, and as an LA winner for Scope Art Basel Bombay Gin with Rush Philanthropic.

Her work has been widely exhibited in multiple galleries in all throughout California, New York City, Art Basel in Miami, Saatchi Gallery in London, Dubai, Europe, and the Asian Civilization Museum of Art in Singapore. Her large-scale abstract works are featured on TV shows, and the contemporary pop Superhero series was recently selected by a leading interior designer to stage a multi-million-dollar homes throughout California and collected by high-profile patrons, executives and celebrities.
Sona's approach to art is culturally rich, bold, daring, while evoking a gentleness. She achieves great depth and contrast with use of aggressive motion in her brush work, creating paintings with dynamic layers and texture, manifesting dimensions, liveliness and joy. She is currently working in abstract expressionism, pop art, graffiti, sculpture, street art, mixed media on all mediums, conceptual, 3dimensional, and public art. Having a genuine artistic goal of continuing to evolve and create magic thorough the lens of the visual medium which she believes has the power to transform and transcend virtually any space.
The entire canvas of art including classical forms, music, performance art, public art, design, civil engineering, abstract, architecture, impressionist to street art all of which serve to be an inspiration in Sona’s practice. She thrives on challenges and responsibilities that broadens her practice every day. Diversity and culture define her work and bridges her outlook on life with the creative expression of many interests that serves to be a motivation and force in her life and career.

Sona is certainly an artist of our times. As stated by Los Angeles based art critic, Peter Frank, “Sona paints like a cross between a house on fire and a bat out of hell. She seems almost literally to whip her abstract paintings into shape. The results of her furious brush-wielding are roiled surfaces and foreign materials brought to a sudden, almost revelatory visual coherency, exciting to witness.”