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A public art commission - an iconic powder-coated steel and stained-glass sculpture with outdoor LED lighting that relates to the history of the City of Huntington Beach and reflects the spirit of the community, to be located on the Main Street, two blocks away from the Pier in Huntington Beach, CA
Custom-made glazed tile mural with inserted historic images which became an integral part of the architecture for a mixed-use retail building consisting of 19 units, 65,393 sq ft of retail space in City of La Verne, CA
An artwork honoring and commemorating the history and legacy of the land’s Chumash people for Marriott Residence Inn in Goleta, CA
Irina Panasyuk is CEO and a Principal Art Consultant at IVP Public Art.
IVP Public Art has been created with an intention of supporting community development conducting projects in the field of public art, and cultural planning. Irina Panasyuk entered the public art scene with a degree in Arts and Curatorial Practices in the Public Sphere from the USC Roski School of Art and Design and a vast experience in the public relations and communications.
For the past several years Irina has been working on numerous art projects, selecting and commissioning sculptures, paintings, ceramic works and murals for public and private display in various cities in the Greater Los Angeles area. Her experience includes working with the cities’ planning departments, developers, collectors and many talented artists. Irina’s work carries the undercurrent belief that art strengthens communities and connects cultures.
Beatrix Barker serves as an Advisor for IVP Public Art. Mrs.Barker is a principal consultant of Barker + Associates, Beatrix Barker has been a professional art advisor for over three decades and is experienced in a broad range of project types with excellent skills in analysis, strategic planning, and project management. Because of her extensive knowledge of public art and related issues, she is often invited to advise public sector clients on workable policy, strategy and implementation. In addition to public art, community development, and cultural planning, Beatrix has also distinguished herself in corporate consulting, corporate philanthropic policy and communications programming, as well as exhibition development. She possesses a current knowledge of artistic trends and is a frequent lecturer on art and public art.† She has been appointed to numerous boards and committees.