“Women’s fashion art gallery. Women’s fashion art LaFesta

Modern technologies make custom ladies and men’s fashion art available at the click of a button. Women’s fashion art LaFesta

La Festaintroduces to the streets of the world fine wearable art as quality fashionable garments. You get to speak “La Festa’s” appreciation of our God-given wonders expressed through the world of art and nature.

Wherever your good body walks “La Festa’” fashion art gallery exhibits on chests, arms, legs, backsides, necks, and heads. Ian’s art talks up “La Festa”, “The Feast” of visual delights. It is art for your pleasure speaking, “Look at me, I am a wonder in it all”.

The brand La Festa”  fashion art includes women’s and men’s apparel, fashionable streetwear, household furnishings, decor, accessories, and jewelry.

Ian’s story and why “LaFesta”?

The garments exhibit Ian’s storytelling love of creation from his beautiful oil painting, photographic, traditional, and digital illustration skills and showcase fine artworks embedded with poetic allegory and metaphor.

Numerous years ago Ian’s beliefs changed when he was transformed through a trance-like vision. The event would easily be mistaken for an out of body experience. The words chosen to explain cannot do justice to the effect it had on his life.

Ian’s experience created a deep hunger to know how the supernatural world affects our physical world and begged the question, “What is the relevance of life in our daily pursuits, and was there a deeper purpose in being an artist?

Being awakened to the supernatural gave Ian an extra dimension to his creativity when he realized he lives in an extraordinary physical world overarched by the spiritual world in which the creator of all dwells.

It’s Ian’s desire to create inspired works revealing the wonder of this extraordinary world infused with the creator’s image in all nuances.

Hence, LaFesta! derived from the Italian word festa. LaFesta was chosen in preference to the Spanish word LaFiesta and means holiday, festival, a celebration.

The name fitted Ian’s desire to dress people with positive, uplifting, and colorful images embedded with metaphor.

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