Abstract Forest Triptych

2018

Acrylic on Canvas

These three are an exquisite example of abstract expressionism. I took my classic forest forms and I added way more abstraction in the background and less detail on subject matter- the trees. Enjoy 😊

-NVNEZ

Golden Colored Still Life

2018

Colored Chalk on Paper

I fancy the thought of augmenting reality in an analog fashion. I recently have set up a few still life sets in my wee studio and been pumping out quick and colorful drawings in my notebooks. Enjoy. 😝

-NVNEZ

Floral Series 2018

Happy first day of spring! May your flowers and rain showers be beautiful as ever. All pieces (except the first) are acrylic on canvas. Enjoy 🌸

-NVNEZ

Floral Abstracts

2018

Acrylic on 18″x24″ Canvas

Who doesn’t like flowers? Not many people. That’s why this series is always a hit, especially in time for early spring. I can tell I’m itching for warmth and petite beauty again. Enjoy.

-NVNEZ

Flowers in Vase Triptych

Acrylic on Paper

2018

These three were a fun and quick exploration into color variants and bold brush strokes. Been slightly obsessed with vases and flowers thanks to my job so looks like I’ll be exploring this subject matter for quite sometime. Enjoy.

-NVNEZ

Forest Series 2018

Acrylic on Canvas

I’m personally ecstatic that I have been getting back into these abstract forest scenes. My brushstrokes seem to get bolder and darker throughout the years 😀 Enjoy!

Male Figure Acrylic Study

2018

Acrylic on Canvas

This piece was a phenomenally fun venture into live nude male figure painting. It was a simple seated 20 min pose. I had invited a few models and artsit to my studio in West Hartford to do live drawings and the turn out was great. A lot of good pieces were created and some awesome conversations arose from the group during and after the sesh. I’ll be posting the work from all the artist soon so stay tuned. Enjoy,

-NVNEZ

The Vase

The Vase

2018

Digital ink and acrylic.

We all come to a crossroads in our lives where we try to abstract the beauty out of anything around us. In this image we have a simple vase. Contor lines are crudely drawn and the spaces in between depict the structure with its wire-wrap effect. The hues of browns and oranges are grounding but energetic. Overall this stilllife is a quintessential exploration into minimalist color use and form abstraction. Enjoy.

-NVNEZ