Jacob Needleman, author of “The American Soul” and “What Is God?”

"The more we look at these remarkable images, the more they evoke simultaneously the unfathomed question of our genuine human identity and the answer to that question that lies in the creative human spirit which brings together true science and true art."

Hal Smith - President, ERNST Corporation

“Nana Bagdavadze is an exceptional artist who captured the spirit of my family in life size painting. Nana's vivid interpretation of our family's relationship to each other is well portrayed in a beautiful pose, which shows the depth of her understanding of personalities and unique characteristics.”

Jean Enersen - King 5 Television (Seattle, WA)

“Nana captured the spirit of my children in a setting we all love, and did it in a style I was proud to have in our home. She is a friend, and a fine artist.”

Ivan Amato, author of “Super Vision: A New View of Nature.”

“Simultaneously abstract and concrete, Nana Bagdavadze’s paintings gift us with arresting tapestries of form and color that enter us through our eyes yet but then infiltrate us down to our deepest cellular and molecular realities. Moved by the wondrous minutiae of our materiality and the vastness of our spirituality, Nana invites an important multilogue of art, science and humanity.”