Born in Cuba
Nara is a Cuban artist living inthe U. S. She considers herself a self-taught artist with some formal training. Her prefered mediums are oils and acrylic.read more
Nara works in an abstract expressionism style using a mixed technique, primarily in oil. Her style contains elements of abstract expressionism and figurative abstraction. She uses the techniques of gestualism and mixed media, especially in works she calls "art with texture." In her work, she generally uses the texture as the essential element and color is always emphasized.
The subjects of her work vary according to the Nara's psychic perception. The warm colors that are characteristic of the tropics predominate; balance and harmony complete the picture.
The works in the series “Faces of Silence” Nara started in 2009 in the U.S. The series is a continuation of her work in the abstract style but more defined towards abstract expressionism. In these works she seeks to represent the human figure and their emotions.
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- In 1991, the Center for Cuban Studies sued the U.S. Treasury Department and won, making the importation and sale of original art from Cuba legal.