Ponder and enjoy the artwork of Nidia T. Noriega at the Santa Rosa Library's 16th Anniversary.
Artwork will be on display April 16th, 2018.
"Pensando en un Sueño"
"Antes de Frida"
"Belleza de Mujer"
Nidia T Noriega was born on September 16, 1975, in San Pedro de la Cueva, Sonora, northwest of Mexico. She currently resides in Hermosillo, the capital city of Sonora.
Her love for art began as a child participating in different contests and always obtaining awards and recognition.
Nidia paints small and large formats with tendencies in figurative art, abstract, and hyperrealism. She masters diverse techniques such as oil, acrylic and her favorite, watercolor. Throughout her development, she has strengthened her technique by participating in various courses, workshops, and studying with prestigious national and foreign teachers.
Through her works, Nidia expresses her emotions and expresses her essence and her love for Mexico, painting special faces that reflect the feelings that convey the strength of the characters in their expressions and traits, managed with an outstanding mastery of technique in their watercolors and oil paintings.
She also likes to experience and transmit her own language in her abstract painting, where she produces transformation and movement in her works.
She has participated in several individual and collective exhibitions. Her artistic work has led her to exhibit her work in different museums in Mexico and other countries such as the Museo Dos Coches in Lisboa, Portugal; the NKP Solivar Museum in Slovakia; the National Museum of Watercolor Alfredo Guati Rojo in Mexico City; the Museum of Watercolor of the State of Mexico; and the Sonora Museum in the Revolution, among others.
Her work has been selected by international juries to participate in competitions held in countries such as Portugal, Slovakia, Italy, Spain, Bolivia, United Arab Emirates, Bangladesh, Bolivia, the United States and Mexico.
In 2017, the Museum of Watercolor of the State of Mexico exhibited her work "Esperando", as the work of the month. Also, the Sonora Museum in the Revolution invited her to exhibit her works for 4 consecutive months.
This year she has been invited as Country Curator and exhibitor at the Urbino in Acquarello Festival, Italy, to be held in April 2018.