P O Box 22518, Nashville, Tennessee
IAYAALIS Kali-Ma’at ELOAI / Supernal Love Creatrix
IAYAALIS Kali-Ma’at ELOAI has received praise and recognition from audiences of all music and art genres and continues to be a topic of media interest, which has featured her work in both local and national publications. The independent multi-talent IAYAALIS has worked professionally in the arts and entertainment industry for over two decades, creating a unique artistic style to merge “sensual physicality with deep spiritual insights and a distinctly feminine point of view,” as Michael McCall of The Nashville Scene quoted in 1997. Her unique style of progressive hip-hop, R & B, and spoken word music has awarded her the 1998 Nashville Music Awards nomination of Best Unsigned Artist as well as opportunities to perform in several music conferences, including the JIVE, BMI, and NEA showcases. IAYAALIS’ visual art has been displayed at prominent exhibitions at the Cheekwood Museum of Art, Watkins Institute College of Art and Design, and Nashville International Airport.
“What doesn’t she do?” Jennifer Quigley asks in the February 16th, 2006 issue of All The Rage, which featured Nashville’s 10 ‘Hottest’ Fine Artists. “All her paintings are driven by a deep-rooted spirituality… she doesn?t put a stain on humankind. She does seem to leave her mark, though, and it’s a gorgeous one.”
IAYAALIS’ purpose is to create a profound art and music style reflective of her depth.
Her message is one in support of arts entertainment culture, unity, and self-awareness.