Nina  Nemeth  Artist's Statement


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For as far back in my life as I can remember, I have been a passionate artist with a profound connection to my creative process. I earned a B.F.A from Southampton College, L.I.U, and an M.F.A. from Pratt Institute, NYC. This formal education has undoubtedly contributed to my artistic depth and perspective.

I have spent the last 30 years being simultaneously dedicated to not only creating art, but also to teaching and sharing knowledge with others. My role as an art instructor in studios and museums helps me to achieve  my commitment to nurturing creativity in others while contributing to the broader artistic community.

I want my art to be both aesthetically engaging but also to carry a deeper meaning;  I use it as a platform to raise awareness about social justice issues. My series "Do You Remember When?" which focuses on the impact of the Covid  Epidemic, exemplifies the ability to use art as a powerful tool for commentary and reflection on significant societal events.

The inclusion of my series in Spike Lee's film project “ Epicenters” and its subsequent purchase for his permanent art collection is a testament to the impact that art can have; this achievement was a career highlight. 

My philosophy of art reveals a profound appreciation for the beauty that surrounds us and a desire to constantly explore new perspectives and interpretations. My belief in the transformative power of art is evident in my desire to convey the "ever-changing and fleeting magic of places and things."

It is my hope that my art conveys a deep connection to the world around us and inspires  a commitment to using talent as means for  both expression as well as  highlighting social awareness.