Ayse Sulan Kolatan is an American artist known for her abstract paintings, prints and drawings. Born in Istanbul, she studied painting and graphic illustration at the Fine Arts Academy in Istanbul before moving to New York to pursue a Master of Fine Arts at the School of Visual Arts. Working in a variety of mediums, Kolatan’s work ranges from bold abstracts to delicate collages layered with acrylic, gold leaf and pastels. Her works have attracted a wide audience, from those in the contemporary art world to those in education. Kolatan has exhibited widely and her works can be found in public collections such as The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and the Istanbul Museum of Modern Art. Some of her notable works include “The Lost Garden” (2001), “Shadows” (2003) and “Elements of Nature” (2008).
Ayse Sulan Kolatan, American artist, abstract paintings, prints, drawings, Istanbul, Fine Arts Academy, School of Visual Arts, collages, acrylics, gold leaf, pastels, contemporary art, public collections, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Istanbul Museum of
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