Lot 7 - Naila Hazell - Now Resistance
Lot 7 - Naila Hazell - Now Resistance

Lot 7 - Naila Hazell - Now Resistance

Oil and acrylic on paper

2023

A6 (10x15cm)

Original Artwork

Signed on Verso

This auction is raising proceeds for The Hepatitis C Trust

Curated by Vittoria Beltrame

ARTIST INFO

About 

Contemporary British artist Naila Hazell was born in 1981 and grew up in Baku, Azerbaijan. She was taught by renowned Soviet social realism painter Boyukagha Mirzezade while studying fine arts and getting her MA at the Azerbaijani Fine Arts Academy. Hazell has had numerous solo and group shows in Baku and now, with her studio based in West London, she is continuing her work and exhibiting in the UK. A figurative artist, working mainly in oil and acrylic, she's also expanding her practices with different media for some of her future conceptual art projects.  

“My artistic intention is for both the beautiful and the profound. By capturing moments of connection and shared energies in my paintings, I am aiming to inspire a sense of hope and positivity in my viewers. My desire is to convey that the world is not a horrible place. It is a realm where love, support, and care exist in abundance. This is a powerful message that I feel compelled to share. My art serves as a testament to the beauty of human connections and the potential for positivity in the world. Through my work, I am inviting my viewers to experience and internalize these feelings of love and support for one another, fostering a sense of hope and unity in a world that sometimes needs such reminders.”

— Naila Hazell 

 

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