Sing It Loud

  • 2021

About the Artist

Alexandra Nechita
Born in Romania, Alexandra Nechita immigrated to the United States at one and a half years old. She began drawing as a toddler. At seven she was working with oil paints and acrylics, and the following year she held her first solo exhibition at a local Los Angeles Library. Alexandra exploded onto the scene at the age of nine. Her talent was instantly recognized and art critics and the media began telling the world about this rarest of child prodigies, “Petit Picasso,” a master of line and color and a visual language of her own.

Public Location

Beverly Gardens Park: Lily Pond (August 6 - September 6, 2021)

Permanent Home

Beverly Hills High School (Delivered Fall 2021)

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