Dancing Swallows – Nina Fraser
‘Birdsong’ began in early 2014 when a tiny Goldcrest regularly appeared in a large conifer tree right, outside my kitchen window. Fascinated by the way he resembled. A ball in the winter and returned in the spring looking so much thinner. I attempted to paint him with as few brushstrokes as possible. I discovered Indian Ink was the most effective material. Taught myself to paint in this style, influenced by Japanese Zen paintings. From this small beginning Birdsong was born. ” Nina Fraser
Nina Fraser (born St.Albans, UK, 1984) is a multidisciplinary artist. Graduating with BA hons in Textile Art at Winchester School of Art, University of Southampton (UK) in 2006. She creates collage, paintings and sculpture inspired by human interaction and relationship with the environment. She has exhibited in solo and collective exhibitions in UK, Portugal, Italy, Germany and USA. Her collage work has been selected for publication in USA, ltaly, UK, Spain and Portugal. And was one of the selected entries for the Evolver prize in 2017 (UK). She lives and works between Lisbon, Portugal and Christchurch, Dorset, never missing a chance to breathe in the sea air.