I have been putting my inner visions on paper for as long as I can remember. My work draws from diverse sources including atmospheric physics, classical Persian and Indian art, lyrical abstraction, and religious iconography. I am inspired by the patterns that shape our world and my search for a reality that transcends time and space. I have studied painting, drawing, and printmaking at the Massachusetts College of Art, the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, and the Prince’s School of Traditional Arts.
Nadia, it was great to meet you through the forum last week. I am trying to make my way around and am thrilled to discover so many kindred spirits!
I think you are experienced enough to do it when you have time ;-) that is the real issue hehe! I would love to read your story.
What a great introduction Nadia and so well-written and concise too (wish I could do the same... still can't perfect my elevator pitch!) - love that atmospheric physics made that list! I too think that searching for a reality that transcends time and space is a goal, especially for our times now. Thank you!