Painting for LATA in Old Street, London

Ananda Nahu is a Brazilian woman street artist from Bahía who creates paintings using digital manipulation blended with manual creation. The core of her work is the fusion that she applies to the most different types of materials. Starting from the stencil that she uses as a mould to create diverse combinations of colours and patterns, she realises free hand painting works defined by the mixture of hues, styles and visual aspects. This plurality actually reflects the integration of the cultures and the people which is the most significant message of Ananda’s work. For the LATA Street Festival in Old Street Ananda creates a cloaked figure portrait holding a red apple, inserting various dynamic forms and vibrant colours which reveal the warmth of her tropical country. The brightness and the energy of the composition creates a reinterpretation of the character in order to modernise it and make it an example of the diversity of human nature and races.


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