“Lineage I” (top) and “Lineage III” (bottom) are mixed media paintings on canvas with acrylics, inks, aquarelle and plasters.

Intuition Art

Born and raised in Lagos, Nigeria, Adeola Davies-Aiyeloja is a self-taught artist, crediting nature for her inspiration. “The colors of nature form the fundamentals of my paintings,” she says. Now living in Loma Linda, Davies-Aiyeloja came to the United States to further her studies in 1981, earning her bachelor’s degree in business administration at California State University, San Bernardino, while continuing to explore art. Describing her style as a “contemporary intuitive abstract expressionist,” Davies-Aiyeloja works with a mixture of mediums, including oils, acrylics, pastels, prints and metals.  

– Jackie Moe

Native Spirit

Country western lifestyle is heavily present in the paintings of Alta Loma artist Pechez Sepehri, who was born in San Diego and grew up in the Pacific Northwest among the native fauna of Oregon and Idaho. Inspired by contemporary Native American artist Penni Anne Cross, the award-winning artist evolved from painting vivid oil, acrylic and watercolor paintings of American Indian women to American cowgirls to nature and wildlife. Sepehri says her recent works focus on highlighting the western lifestyle that is still very present in the urban environment of Southern California. Her paintings have been exhibited in international exhibitions, galleries and museums around the world. Locally, her art can be seen at Gallery SOHO, 2027 Montclair Plaza Lane, Montclair, (909) 624-4900, and online at  – Jackie Moe

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