Hagopian Arts is a Philadelphia based fine art and mural company. Its founder, Kala Hagopian, creates unique works ranging from small paintings to large-scale murals. Her artwork is rooted in traditional fine art while integrating modern painterly aesthetics. Although subject matter may vary, inspiration is drawn from nature, often juxtaposing realistic elements with colorful shapes and patterns.
Kala Hagopian, co-founder of the former Fine Art Collective, Chroma Dolls LLC has worked with numerous education and community outreach programs such as The Philadelphia Women’s Conference, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Zappos Art, Beautify Earth, Neighborhood Bike Works, The Hillside School, The Philadelphia Mural Arts Program, The Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society, RAW:Natural Born Artists, Shore2Love, The Center For The Emerging Visual Artists, Project Street Art, The Youth Violence Reduction Partnership, Sobriety Through Out-Patient, JEVS Human Services, The American Foundation For Suicide Prevention, Horizon House, Fairton Correctional Institute, at-risk youth and adults, The Boys & Girls Club, as well as a range of participants of all ages. Along with community projects, Hagopian Arts works with individual clients, small businesses, and large corporations, creating custom murals that enhance and transform their environment.
Hagopian Arts creates truly unique works of art in the form of small and large-scale paintings, murals, and public art pieces.
“At Neighborhood Bike Works, we are thrilled with the murals designed and created by Kala from Hagopian Arts. The color and artwork truly represent our organization, our mission, and the youth and community members we serve through bike riding and bike repair programs. It makes our physical space that much more inspiring to have a beautiful depiction of our mission-based work on the walls.”
–Steve Maluk, Executive Director Of Neighborhood Bike Works
“…The murals created for our office truly incorporate the work and its impact on our staff. The beautiful images not only capture the essence of the work we do each day to obtain justice for victims but they provide a powerful supportive visual to the staff. We truly feel the murals will not only brighten up our space visually but will provide an escape for staff and clients when they come in and see them.”
-Jennifer R. Storm, Office of Victim Advocate