Palm Beach art enthusiasts relate to Diana Nicosia's art: vibrant color and clarity of Mediterranean light. The local artist immerses herself into all her travels. She immerses herself in other cultures, soaking in the tempo, tapping into the purpose. The result is a collection, a series of paintings that is fundamentally course changing. Remarkable and Refined. Nicosia’s art is the journey of a lifetime. Nicosia’s paintings are fundamentally course-changing, evolving
Palm Beach art enthusiasts relate to Diana Nicosia’s art: vibrant color and clarity of Mediterranean light. The local artist immerses herself into her travels, soaking in the tempo and purpose of the culture and landscape. Then she puts brush to canvas. Nicosia’s paintings are fundamentally course-changing, evolving in vivid color and thematic style. As a former trustee of the Foundation for Ethnobiology, Oxford College,
Modern encaustics are trending in the art world. "The body of work-Roman Paradise: The Garden Series-has a monochromatic palette using white gold and yellow gold as an accent", said Nicosia, who has produced encaustics since 2000. "Italian inspired, my encaustics have a technical connection to graffiti, which in Italian means to scratch or scribble". The encaustic is a mixture fo wax suspeneded in
SoWa Boston promotes itself as all fresh, all local, all good. It was most certainly good at the art opening held at M Fine Arts Galerie at 61 Thayer St. with the opening reception for Diana Nicosia’s encaustic paintings in September. Serious art patrons attended the “Surfaces Revisited” featuring Diana Nicosia and Yves Crenn’s work. Long known locally as the city’s leading art community,
Reception Feb. 20, 2017 at St John Boutique, 256 Worth Ave, Palm Beach, FL
Modern encaustics inspired by ancient Roman frescoes by Boston artist Diana Nicosia will be shown throughout September at M Fine Arts Galerie in Boston.