Nora Nadoban, an artist always experimenting, plays with different art material, from traditional oil paint to such extremes as gloss paint on glass and metal. This wild focus describes the topic of her paintings as well.
Her main influence is however herself, and her emotional states – which interact with the world surrounding her. The elements are choosen from the melting pot of memories and fantasy, blended with random influences, then spilled on to the very plains of pictures. The strong contrast between the colourful and the blighted themes play a fine game with the spectator. Nadoban’s purpose is to involve everybody into the play by letting the narrative reach everyone in their own way, leaving open the gates to solution and meaning.
2010-2011 University of Hertfordshire UK, Erasmus Fine art (BA)
2003-2009 Mártélyi Szabadiskola ending exhibition HUN,Hódmezővásárhely Tornyai János Museum
2006 Youth workshop of Makó opening exhibition Town Hall of Makó, HUN
2007 Belvárosi Ált. Isk. és Műv. Isk.
(Elementary Central School of Arts) Makó
School’s hall individual (paintings and studies)
2007 „NemART” Festival Mezőhegyes,HUN Művelődési Ház individual
2010 „Glare Angel” CafeMania, Pécs, HUN
2010 „Faces of Babylon” Café Lemon, London, UK
2010 „One year in Babylon” Town Hall of Makó, HUN