The first NeoPopRealist artworks Nadia Russ created in 1989. She used black ink pen on white paper. In 1992-1994, her first NeoPopRealist drawings appeared in bi-monthly magazine “Russian Justice” as the stories’ illustrations. Later, more of her work were featured in other publications. In 1990, Nadia Russ participated with her drawings in her first group art exhibition in Moscow’s Manege, the most prestigious exhibition place in Russia, located near Red Square. The following years, she was participating in more group exhibitions and had her solo shows in different countries. In 1996, Nadia Russ relocated to the Bahamas, where she spent four sunny years. In 2000, she moved to the New York City.
In present time, the NeoPopRealism art style and philosophy for happier life have got the acceptance worldwide. Art teachers teach NeoPopRealism in the United States’ schools and abroad. In Brazil (the 3rd largest country in the world), in February 2014, the text book in Portuguese “Artes – 4° ano – Unidade 2 – Ensino Fundamental I” will be published by Editora Poliedro Ltda. It will teach NeoPopRealism art style many little Brazilians. The copies will be distributed among schools’ art teachers. More yet to come!
If you are art lover or art teacher and is interested in NeoPopRealist art study, there are a lot of free art lessons online to pick from, for every level. Search Google with related keywords “neopoprealism, ink, pen, pattern, drawing”.
As a part of 25-year anniversary of the NeoPopRealist art style celebration, there is Art Contest for artists. For more information visit http://neopoprealism.org/. Participation is free.
Additionally to it, the NeoPopRealism Press is offering to those schools/art teachers, who will run the NeoPopRealist Art Competitions dedicated to 25-year anniversary, free Nadia Russ’ signed print as the Grand prize or for school decor. For more info visit: http://neowhimsies.blogspot.com/2014/01/t-shirt-logo-dedicated-to-25-year.html
Have an exciting journey to the happy world of NeoPopRealism.
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