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.


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