Nanami Cowdroy

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From nthread.net: Nanami Cowdroy was born in Sydney, Australia with close bonds to her mixed Japanese-European heritage. Growing up with such contrasting cultures and surroundings, has greatly influenced her style of art and creative expression.

By intertwining complex characters and highly detailed objects her pieces reflect a juxtaposition between foreign and familiar entities and environments. Her imagination is illustrated through works which are elaborate and exotic. She is drawn to subjects, which may on the surface seem delicate or fragile, but are given strength and depth through her pen and ink techniques, intricate hand illustrative style and mixed media compositions.

Her signature detailed style reflects a refined monochrome pallette with her name 'Nanami' (meaning 'Seven Seas' in Japanese ) stamped in red. Fluid line-work, watery creatures and Goldfish are some of her favourite subjects, and distinctive forms which are featured in her artworks.
Nanami Cowdroy artwork graphic

Nanami Cowdroy artwork graphic

Nanami Cowdroy artwork graphic

Nanami Cowdroy artwork graphic

Nanami Cowdroy artwork graphic

Nanami Cowdroy artwork graphic

Nanami Cowdroy artwork graphic

Nanami Cowdroy artwork graphic

Nanami Cowdroy artwork graphic

Nanami Cowdroy artwork graphic

Nanami Cowdroy artwork graphic

Nanami Cowdroy artwork graphic

Nanami Cowdroy artwork graphic

Nanami Cowdroy artwork graphic

Nanami Cowdroy artwork graphic

Nanami Cowdroy artwork graphic

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Posted by creoflick 8 years, 8 months ago from: www.nthread.net

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