Self-taught, California born, Mississippi raised, and Houston based, Angela Fabbri is internationally collected and best known for her contemporary realism and electric color palettes. She exhibited at the 2019 Florence Biennale in Italy, and Spectrum Miami, Art Basel. She received her first commission at 16, and in 2010 she moved to Houston where she exhibited at the 2012 Bayou City Art Festival and the 2013 Houston Fine Art Festival. In 2014 she debuted her first abstract series, Color Fusion. Co-hosted by fashion design house Billy Reid, this solo show was a huge success nearly selling out. Shortly after, she released her second abstract series, Ripple In Time. Paintings from this series were selected by Clint Willour for a juried exhibition and were featured in the Houston Chronicle’s 2018 editorial project, The Gray Couch Project. In 2017, Fabbri unveiled her contemporary realism series, Inversion, which features her signature backwards messaging. With multiple acknowledgements from the press, celebrity collectors and public installations, this series took Fabbri’s career to the next level. She has painted live at events for Baccarat, Thrillist, and Dos Equis. In 2017, the assistant curator for the MOCA, Los Angeles, selected her work for a group exhibition in Houston, Celebrating Texas Art; then again in 2018 by, the assistant curator, for the Whitney in NY.