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By Eden Gallery,
Posted Dec 22, 2022 ,
In Art Blog
An artist of imagination, SN creates beautiful contemporary mixed media artworks inspired by nature and fantasy. His work brings his unique perspective to life through images filled with color and emotion.
The artist's captivating artwork includes his signature lively butterflies, along with photography, pencil, and charcoal drawings. SN uses his art to dive into contradictory concepts such as destruction and reconstruction, life and death, and fragility and strength while including elegance, grace, and harmony at each glance. His work captures the hearts of his audience, intriguing them with sentimentalist ideas and stunning imagery. As we celebrate SN's birthday this December 22nd, here are five things you didn't know about him.
1. As a child, SN dreamt of becoming a National Geographic photographer. The artist's fascination with nature and art derives from his love for watching and capturing the natural beauty of our world. Aside from beauty, SN's passion for nature comes from his love for predators, believing that they equate to superheroes, watching and protecting him while exhibiting confidence and strength.
2. When SN was 35 years old, he worked in a welding factory, yet he felt his life was getting further away from what he wanted it to be. Believing that his interior was very far from his exterior, SN found the ability to explore what truly excited him. He understood the ability to swim against the tide and create his own path, beginning with making more time for art and photography in his daily life. With immense passion and belief in himself, the artist discovered that nothing was impossible, leading him to pursue what he truly loved.
3. Originality and authenticity hold a great deal of importance within SN's work. He believes that if the artist wants the viewer to be excited about their artwork, to make their jaw drop, the artwork must be unique. Being an artist gives SN the license to be different, employing the simplicity of beauty while building rules that create something his audience has never seen before.
4. SN discovered the joy in photography when he endured his first big trip to New Zealand, Australia, Vietnam, and Thailand. While exploring these countries with his film camera, the artist felt like the man he dreamed of being as a child, certain that this was the life he wanted for himself. SN enjoys capturing places on film where it is possible to feel the stars at night without artificial light. Wonders of the world where people live in harmony bring joy to himself along with his camera lens.
5. The most challenging time within SN's career is when he lacks inspiration. While it may be difficult, the artist understands that finding his inner creative genius will not take long because he knows it is fuel for something amazing to come. Once SN comes across inspiration, the artist finds difficulty distinguishing fantasy from reality. He tackles this challenge by coming to a compromise and moving on, acknowledging that perfection is in the eye of the beholder.
Believing that art is created to nourish the eye and the heart, SN's whimsical world draws in an international audience. To learn more about SN, view his latest artworks on the Eden Gallery website, or visit your nearest Eden Gallery location today.
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