A Study on the Transition of Life
Nora, is a world traveler, holds a BA in fine art from the University of New Mexico, and creator of watercolors, currently residing in the Rogue Valley, OR. Her work has been displayed in the National Museum of Art in Washington, DC. She enjoys many forms of art to include sculpture, traditional pottery-making in Japan, Installation and Photography. Even as a watercolorist, Nora feels an artist does not need to stick with the same subject or medium. She prefers an artist’s creation to reflect the transient beings they are, and continue to demand an evolution as individuals. She states…”for me art is a constant exploration and experimentation of self and the universe, which parallels the exploration of medium and processes.” Also…”a driving force is art that stimulates personal power and freedom in myself and others.” Her practice has evolved from that of discovering and resolving the internal, to decoding the world at large. Often her ideas flow, and it’s not until a piece is complete, that it either is understood or not. The universe is of great curiosity to her, but as with Nora’s artistic endeavor, she is satisfied with the mystery.