DUO Discovers

Nathan Delinois

Born and raised in South Florida, Nathan Delinois has been crafting his art for as long as he remembers. Taking part in many exhibitions, winning a long list of awards, and having his artwork selected for an American & Russian Art Exchange, he definitely is no stranger to the art scene. A once member of the Broward Art Guild, the Miami Bakehouse, and the Badside Artist Collective, his artwork has been seen all over South Florida. This artist incorporates many different influences in his work, many visibly present and some not as readily recognized. When asked about his influences the artist asnwered with, “I have so many it’s hard to just give a few. I am definitely influenced by my Haitian background and the use of color in a lot of Haitian Art. This can be seen in a few of my later self potraits and paintings. At the same time I am also influenced by a lot of the graffiti of Marc Ecko, Tat’s Cru & the Inkheads. There is also the design quality of African art & the drama of Greek art from the Hellenistic period. I also like the work of some contemporary artists such as Basqait, O’Keeffe, Dali, Homer, and Andrew Wyeth. The list goes on…” For more information go to: www.myspace. com/artkitexturalfoudation.-DUO

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