Photograph of Artist NEA LO
NEA LO
Nelson, - New Zealand



Original Artworks (6)

Nea Lo; My Worst Nightmare, 2005, Original Mixed Media, 200 x 223 cm.
Nea Lo
Original Mixed Media, 2005
200 x 223 cm (78.7 x 87.8 inches)
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Nea Lo; My Worst Nightmare, 2005, Original Painting Oil, 93 x 89 cm.
Nea Lo
Original Oil Painting, 2005
93 x 89 cm (36.6 x 35.0 inches)
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Nea Lo; Upside Down, 2007, Original Painting Oil, 150 x 200 cm. Artwork description: 241  Quality of the picture is not greatest, painting has brighter and stronger colour in true life. ...
Nea Lo
Original Oil Painting, 2007
150 x 200 cm (59.1 x 78.7 inches)
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Nea Lo; Body Landscapes, 2007, Original Painting Oil, 38 x 26 cm.
Nea Lo
Original Oil Painting, 2007
38 x 26 cm (15.0 x 10.2 inches)
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Nea Lo; 10 In Lava, 2006, Original Painting Oil, 180 x 220 cm.
Nea Lo
Original Oil Painting, 2006
180 x 220 cm (70.9 x 86.6 inches)
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Nea Lo; Unconscious, 2005, Original Painting Oil, 150 x 78 cm.
Nea Lo
Original Oil Painting, 2005
150 x 78 cm (59.1 x 30.7 inches)
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Artist Statement

Art means everything to me, without experimenting art I can not live. As the truth is that I am an innately creative person, who has a desire to leave tracks behind for the future generations by painting a surreal figurative art. I am interested in pushing the boundaries the way I am expressing myself as a part of the experiment of creating. My motto is “Life is suffering” and through my painting I would like to evoke a Zeitgeist anguish in the viewer, which I have once experienced and having evoked it in oneself by means of objects, movements, lines, colours or forms expressed in words, so to transmit that feeling that others experience the same feeling – this is my activity of art. This is reminiscent of the Jackson Pollock’s statement: “Every good artist paints what he is.” That is what it is all about. I like to paint a grand scale (3.2m x 2.2m) even though I often paint smaller paintings as equilibrium. My working method is to start from a well thought out idea. The ideas are like rabbits. I get a couple and learn to handle them and pretty soon I have a dozen. In fact, I have initially drawn a sketch, sometimes in the state of unconsciousness. The actual process of painting appears to happen quickly, but on the contrary I use multiple colour layers to achieve the end result wanted. While I am painting, I encounter a relaxed spiritual feeling in me; ...   Read More