05. Where can one see samples of Painting on Water™ at the Illinois Institute of Technology Chicago main campus? (photo © Photo Kati)
IIT has a collection of Segami’s work on campus, from the Provost's office, the Chair of Mechanical Engineering Department to the Galvin Library. The Dean of Armour College also displays the digital Segami images on the monitor.
Since the early 1990s, Segami had her own studio and gallery located in the Fine Arts Building, a national historic landmark located in the cultural corridor of downtown Chicago that has been an artists' colony for nearly a century. The building was sold in 2005. She is no longer in that building.
Currently, Segami displays her work on the internet, thru selected exhibitions and special appearances. As a professional speaker, she uses her unique art images in stead of Powerpoint to make the message more memorable.
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06. How can one purchase Segami's painting?
Inquire thru your local favorite gallery or contact her office, < GM@segami.com >.
Segami believes in sharing the art work as soon as possible while she is still alive and vertical. Not to wait till she is horizontal (dead). This is the best time to start collecting when the work is still very affordable.
07. What is the best way to collect Segami’s work?
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Order your own professional print(s), Giclee on canvas or a digital file for your screen saver. For everything else: originals, commercial applications or exhibition opportunities, please email her office .
08. How much does Segami’s art work cost?
Very affordable. Segami believes that there is always a way. Her work reminds you the freedom of transformation, courage to change and collaboration with nature. The paintings are about the relationship with the universe.
One can choose to collect her original work, prints or Giclée. Due to the nature of the work, size does matter here.
Here are the current suggested retail value. Prices may vary depend on the dealers and various markets.
Small print starts at USD 150. Click Prints For Sale for more details.
For Giclée, prints on paper or canvas, the available size is up to 44 inches in width. Typically, a 20 by 24 inches Giclée starts at 2K.
Small original work starts at 500. Medium range is around 5K. Large piece, 30 by 40 inches, starts at 25K.
09. To book Segami for art exhibition, speaking events, retreat workshops or private lessons, please email details for quote < firstname.lastname@example.org >