Introducing Artist Zana Brown

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Zana Ranđelović-Brown considers herself an "art gypsy", having journeyed throughout the world, searching for inspiration, celebrating life and painting from the heart. Her work is a joyful expression of the beauty of nature and the feminine soul.

"I don't paint people, I paint feelings", says Zana.

Each of the women she paints is a soul whose energy Zana embraces and portrays on canvas. Blossoming with flowers, Zana's women celebrate the exuberant of the feminine mystique.

Shown Above: Zana Brown's Golden Gardenia

Zana Ranđelović-Brown is a native of Serbia, where she grew up in the small town of Bor. Today, Zana lives and works in New Orleans, where she creates elegant interiors and sheds light through her paintings.

Shown Above: Zana Brown's Mirror of My Soul

Her famous Flower Head doesn't show her face but her emotions instead. Her eyes are closed, so that she can look inward.
Her mouth is silent so that she can listen to the pulse of the world that surrounds her. She cannot be heard, only felt.
Sometimes mild, at other times bursting with energy, she is the manifestation of love.

Shown Above: Zana Brown's I Hear You In The Setting Sun

Zana's work can be found in private collections throughout the Unites States and Europe. Pieces from her collection can also be found here at Maison Vogue!

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