Nathalie Belle Osma
Nathalie Belle Osma, a.k.a. Zevel, was born in July 2002 and is an artist based in the Philippines. Her work is recognized for its vibrant colors and lively personalities that capture the emotions and spirit of each individual she chooses to portray.
My creative practice has always been developing, especially in terms of subject matter and style. But what actually inspires me the most are the works of artists I admire, such as Norman Rockwell, J.C. Leyendecker, Gil Elvgren, and Zoe Mozert. I find beauty and chaos in people, and I feel it is amazing to truly capture everything that is going on in our society. If things goes wrong for you or find something beautiful, you have the power as an artist to create a painting that will convey your ideas and perceptions, which may inspire, educate, make people aware, or make some dislike you.
In creating an artwork, I have been drawing and painting using traditional mediums such as charcoal, pastels, and colored pencils for 6 years. Then I switched to digital mediums to really make the process efficient and get in the train of ever evolving of technology.
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