Nina Dell’Orto is a painter from Brooklyn, New York. The artist works in an abstract style, utilizing figurative elements in novel combinations and creating artworks that are evocative of odd sensations and strange dreams.
The artist’s Unspoken Creations series contains works that utilize imagery ranging from geometric elements, to disjointed human figures, floating eyes, and disembodied arms. I really enjoy the textural elements in these works -- the artist’s use of oil paint on linen creates planes of colour over which brush marks and slight shifts in hue are very visible, creating a pastel or marker-like aesthetic.
Colour, combined with the semi-abstracted imagery, seems to have a particular meaning in Nina’s works. Looking through the artist’s portfolio, I get the sense that each painting is imbued with a deeper symbolism and message, though that meaning may, in the end, be entirely up to the viewer.