'Hooker DreamEscape' Features Strippers, Sparkles & Animals

By: Rafael Srur Guarilha - Published:   Updated: Jun 7 2011 • References: coreyhelfordgallery & curatedmag
Born in Poland and raised in Southern California, artist Natalia Fabia is self-aware of her obsession with hookers. No wonder her latest exhibition, after being featured in numerous galleries, is titled 'Hooker DreamEscape.'

Inspired by “Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, ornate interiors, wild animals, voyeurism, punk rock music, and sparkles,” Natalia's second solo show premieres on Corey Helford Gallery in Culver City, CA on February 21.

Implications - Natalia Fabia's works are so beautiful that you may even consider hanging one in your living room. Even though the works are inspired by call-girls, there is something innocent about them. The paintings are bright, vivid and ultimately alluring. There is something about them that just draws your eyes in.

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