Dana Naser , Canadian artist had great interest in art since childhood. Throughout her life, she collected images, experiences and emotions expressing them through her art, relying on intense colors and incorporating various forms, patterns and textures, channeling this talent through her graphic art as well as her painting. For Dana, art is creation, transformation and a medium of expression. Read More
Dana’s work concentrates on creating abstract surfaces through her favorite medium; acrylics, but works in oil and has experimented with a variety of mixed media such as pastels, ink, wire, fabric, silk screen and many others.
Dana’s paintings present deep emotions; each canvas tells a story of her personal journey to discover her identity as an artist. Dana takes her inspiration from day to day experiences and emotions turning them into physical expressions and visualization with constantly changing colors and shapes. Dana is captivated by the colors she can create, and strives to construct an entire world on her canvas. Her style is abstract expressionist and paints intuitively, drawing upon her emotions and imagination rather than working from photographic images. Dana paints to ‘express’, conjuring abstract images found in nature and captured through her love of photography. Her art style is also contemporary, utilizing different art methods. Dana is not afraid to try and mix bright colors because art should be an adventure. She is interested in a variety of elements involved in the creation and destruction of surfaces – regularity and irregularity and the relationship between minimal form and surface texture.