1xRun: Tell us a little bit about this piece. Was this piece part of a recent theme, series or show that you had?
Ana Bagayan: I wanted to portray grey aliens as benevolent beings so I painted them as children. All lifeforms are inherently good and children are innocent and cute no matter what species they are.
1xRUN: What materials were used to create this piece with?
Ana Bagayan: Oil paint on wood panel.
1xRun: When was this piece created and how long did it take to complete?
Ana Bagayan: I did this back in 2012 over the span of maybe a couple weeks.
1xRun: Anything immediate you would like us to highlight?
Ana Bagayan: The symbol on the t-shirt of the grey on the right means ‘transform.’ It is part of the ‘Sacred Circuitry’ meditation by Bashar.
1xRun: Tell us a little bit about your process and how the idea and execution came about?
Ana Bagayan: I created the term Futurealism in 2012 to describe my newer work. It is based on the idea that perception creates reality. I wanted to create a positive perception of contact with extra-terrestrials and aliens. This was one of my earlier ET themed paintings from 2012 and I have been working with this theme since.
1xRun: What do you feel is unique about this piece?
Ana Bagayan: The inspiration for this piece came from the stories I’ve listened to about telepathic communication with ET’s at UFO crash sites. A few people have spoken about feeling love and empathy for (and from) the ETs. Two interesting people to listen to are Jonathan Weygand and Clifford Stone, both were on site at different UFO crashes and communicated with injured beings from the craft.
1xRun: Why should people buy this print?
Ana Bagayan: To spread the love.
1xRun: Describe these piece in one gut reaction word.
Ana Bagayan: Grey.
1xRun: What are your plans for the rest on the year? Any big shows or events coming up that you’d like to share?
Ana Bagayan: I post new work and show updates on my website regularly. I’ve been focused on my personal projects this year and I post new work for sale on my website as I create them.
I’ve also created new Futurealism projects that are open to anyone to participate in. The projects are an experiments in individual and collective intention.
We are living in a very creative and critical time on Earth! If we are manifesting what we believe, then Reality Creation is something that can be tested and experimented by anyone with a consciousness. I have been sharing some of my experiences and ideas on the subject on my blog.
The first Futurealism project was inspired by the drought in California. The project’s aim is to send messages of love and gratitude to Earth’s water. I’ve been receiving submissions from all over the world!
The second project is to imagine the future of humanity, for the highest good of all concerned. Both projects are ongoing and I share all submissions on my Futurealism page.