My paintings are about perception. They are also the end of a process.
Through the application of paint I attempt to tie together my interest in all things Cosmic with an exploration of the limits of the two-dimensional medium. 

The motivation is to discover alternative ways to perceive and think about physicality.

What is it to 'see' illusionary space & can the imagination become the dimension where

the 'impossible' can be 'real'? 

Nadia Mulder, October 2015
 

biography:1977 born in Alkmaar, The Netherlands. 1990 moved to Britain and grew up in Sussex. 1996 Foundation Fine Art at Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam. 1997-99 studied Painting, Drawing and Print making at Royal Academy of Art, The Hague. 2006-2009 studied Painting at Wimbledon College of Art 2009 graduated from Wimbledon College of Art.

Exhibitions-Prizes-Collections:

Prunella Clough Award, Wimbledon college of Art, UAL

Collection Landmark Plc. The Royal Mint, London

Transition Gallery, London

University of Northumbria

Nadia Mulder lives and works in Kent, UK