Svetlana R. Nelson
The Child Factor
An International Art Exhibition
(February15 through September 15, 2021)
Svetlana Nelson is create expressive and interesting pieces that match the needs of the collectors and art lovers. At 61 she knew what she wanted to do with her life. In Lowe Mill, Huntsville Alabama she took art classes in Chuck Mathews studio. By the time she finished classes, she knew that her area of expertise was painting. Her work was selected to be in many art exhibitions and awarded with 4 certificates of Honorable Mention, including Art Olympia, Tokyo Japan. Her paintings featured in a wide range of subjects such as the magazine "Art is Spectrum", "Artavita", "Circle", website of Art Olympia, Tokyo Japan and much more. Her favorite element to experiment with is color and texture.
I paint primarily with oils in both abstract and landscape, enjoying a balance of both. My work is accentuated by a mixture of color, texture, and shape, and is inspired by the beauty of both nature and people, including friends, family, and other artists.
Painting gives my life direction and meaning and helps me to see the world in unique ways. My goal is to create artwork that communicates my feelings and the feelings of others and to express a sense of positivity and light in a sometimes dark world. It gives me great joy when viewers express happiness in their feedback on my art.
Today With Hope 2
My collection of paintings "Today With Hope" is dedicated to people of all ages from all over the world. This is the present time and what is happening to us today. The spiral of life has failed and it is not known when we will be able to return to the turns of the spiral.
Remember, no matter what part of the world we come from, fundamentally we are all the same human beings... At the same time, the problems we face today — violent conflicts, destruction of Nature, poverty, hunger, and so on, are mainly created by humans.
Jan 9, 2016 - economictimes.indiatimes.com › blogs › the-speaking-tree
Today With Hope
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