After having listened to their elders discuss previous carnavals, the youth dreamed about their first one. These images represent their dreams.
About The Artist
Artist Statement When I think of carnaval in Brazil, I am in awe of the many vivid colors, merrymaking and dancing, superlative creativity, expressions of culture including varied festivities, wonderful costumes, ethnic foods, music, high energy, and masquerading.
Bio Exhibitions Friendship Heights Village Center, Chevy Chase, MD Private Residence, Solomons, MD Golden Galleries, Holiday Inn, Jessup, MD Walmart Museum, Bentonville, AR Arts Education Workshops Airbrush Watermedia Photoshop Classes From Realism to Abstraction Drawing: Experimental w/mixed media Photoshop Creative Acrylics Acrylic Explorations So You Think You Can’t Draw Private Collections Silver Spring, MD Upper Marlboro, MD Washington, DC Laurel, MD Professional Affiliations DC Black Artists Black Art in America
Having been exposed to art since childhood, Nanno spent her early years creating wire sculpture, plaster relief molds and castings, plaster carvings and jewelry. Nanno retired as an Information Technology Specialist and intranet web master. After retirement, Nanno devoted more time to art.