Portraits

 

 

The first portrait I ever did was a portrait of my younger brother and I in 1994 called entitled "Little Alps". Since, my style evolved a lot and Pop Art had a big influence on my art. The biggest piece I made was painted on four canvases, in total 160 x 160 cm (63 x 63“). It now hangs in a house in Florida after that it has been part of my single show in the University Club in Washington (exhibition sponsored by Daimler Benz and Lufthansa).

 

Since then I have portrayed more than hundreds of people, individuals as well as groups and families up to seven members. My portraits are mainly appreciated for the reason that they display persons not only from outside but reveal true characters as well.

 
 
Your art work is still “pride of place”  in the same spot on our big kitchen wall after all these years - we still absolutely love it - as it so perfectly captures the very essence and characters of the 3 girls.... We love this painting as much today as the day when you first delivered it to our house in London personally all those years ago.... You captured a very special moment in time - that we look at - and still love - every single day. We can’t thank you enough Nina.
— Samantha & Nigel
 

Laura

acrylic on canvas

90 x 120 cm

Ferdinand and Hubertus

acrylic on canvas

90 x 120 cm

La Marienda

acrylic on canvas

103 x 140 cm