Subject Tags: travel art, ethnic art, beautiful woman art, woman portrait, female figure, figurative, original oil painting, square painting, dark and beautiful, beautiful girl, blacks, black, african girl, african woman, african-american, african art, fushia, pink, pretty girl, little girl, portraits
Size: 18"W x 18"H x 1"D
Year Created: 2017
Ready to Hang
"Art is the freedom to be and to paint is to love again."
Nersel zur Muehlen is a classical oil painter and member of the Art Renewal Center, Portrait Society of America, American Women Artists and Oil Painters of America. Her studio is located in Hoboken, New Jersey. She has exhibited at New York ArtExpo, United Nations Headquarters in New York City, Miami, 7 FineArts Gallery in New Jersey. Nersel’s creative work includes portrait paintings, paintings inspired by travel photos, ethnic costumes, different cultures, and faces from around the world. Her signature is painting “soulful eyes” with empathy, curiosity and love. Nersel grew up in Istanbul, Turkey and moved to the US when she was 23. She has been drawing as long as she can remember. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and Masters Degrees. After a 15 year career in the business world, she has decided to leave her day job to pursue creative arts-in various forms and “live art”. Over the years she has taken design, drawing and art classes at the Fashion Institute of Technology and the New School in New York City. She has been training with award winning master artists in the “old masters’ technique of oil paintings” for the past several years. She lives with her daughter and her husband in Hoboken, NJ. She is mostly inspired by travel photos, ethnic costumes, diversity and different cultures. Affiliations: Art Renewal Center, Oil Painters of America, Portrait Artists, Portrait Society of America, American Women Artists Exhibitions: 7FineArts Gallery, ArtExpo New York, Spectrum Miami, Pop-up shows in Manhattan