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Saturday
24
MAR

“Is This What Spirit Wants Me To Do?” New Work by Anka Lavriv

19:00
22:00
Lambs & Wolves
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SP Projects is pleased to present "Is This What Spirit Wants Me To Do? A Solo Exhibition of New Work by Anka Lavriv.

Anka Lavriv is a visual artist living and working in Brooklyn, NY. Born in Ukraine, her heritage and childhood love of black ink lithographs is visible in the clean lines of her intricate drawings. Influenced by mysticism and the occult, her imagery of mysterious women and ethereal botanicals is steeped in ancient symbolism. She has exhibited her work with numerous galleries in New York and beyond.

Anka is also the owner of Black Iris Tattoo in Brooklyn where she translates her elegant illustrations of goddesses and portraits of animals into highly refined permanent art for the skin.

Please join us for the opening reception at Lambs & Wolves on Saturday, March 24, 2018, 7 - 10 PM.

For press & sales inquiries or to preview the exhibition, please email sarah@sarahpotterprojects.com

About LAMBS & WOLVES
The most bad ass salon in the Tri-state area. Lambs & Wolves opened its doors to Red Bank, NJ in June of 2008. Since then, our pack has become the greatest "beauty rock band" of all time. Led by front man Glen Goldbaum, each of our artists works energetically to create their own mini masterpieces. This in turn creates one big harmonious masterpiece. Lambs & Wolves is a place to celebrate art, beauty, and the eccentricities that make us who we are.

About SP PROJECTS
Sarah Potter is the founder and owner of SP Projects, an independent art advisory and consulting business based in New York. With more than a decade of experience in the fine art world, Sarah has placed an emphasis on curating private and corporate collections with artwork that is aesthetically satisfying and a good financial investment. With a discerning eye, she utilizes her passion for modern-day mysticism, spirituality, and the occult to create experiential exhibitions of innovative artwork and memorable performances. Referred to as “The Good Witch of the Art World,” Sarah possesses a unique approach and philosophy to her work by intuitively assisting both new and seasoned collectors to connect with artwork to inspire their minds and nourish their spirits.