‘Symbiotic Testimony’ by Nadia Rausa

£175.00

Artist: Nadia Rausa
Title: ‘Symbiotic Testimony’
Medium: Ink and gold acrylic on 300gsm drawing paper
Dimensions: 6″ x 4″
Framing: Unframed
Year of Creation: 2024
Artwork Will Ship From: USA

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‘Symbiotic Testimony’ by Nadia Rausa

Artist: Nadia Rausa
Title: ‘Symbiotic Testimony’
Medium: Ink and gold acrylic on 300gsm drawing paper
Dimensions: 6″ x 4″
Framing: Unframed
Year of Creation: 2024
Artwork Will Ship From: USA

About the artwork:

“This inked piece took on a mind of its own. I had planned a completely different piece for this show, but rather than getting my paints out, my brain begged to do some good ol’ linework. I obliged. What began as a person’s head within a blooming flower became somewhat of a sensual drawing, the space between a person and their partner(s) and the witnessing that happens amongst them during euphoric moments. I have to admit that I am blushing writing this, simply because I have always been a bit shy when it comes to speaking about anything remotely sexual, but here I am, perhaps trying to take my power back from my upbringing. Thanks, always, for viewing and giving me space to share my creations.” – Nadia Rausa

About the Artist:

Nadia Rausa is a half-Korean artist and author living on Dena’ina land, commonly referred to as Southcentral Alaska. Her work has been described as haunting and ethereal, something she wholeheartedly embraces during her creative process. From ghostly or apathetic figures to creatures overtaken by nature, Nadia’s work focuses on intertwining the reality and liminality of life and death. She has been included in various gallery shows and publications since 2017 and has released seven small self-published works as of 2023. Outside of creating, you can find Nadia communing with ravens and dwelling in moss. She enjoys spending her free time sitting in nature, gaming, reading, and spending time with her partner and their sassy tabby cat named Tabby.