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Nimet Keser

Nimet Keser is an artist with bachelor and master degrees in painting from Hacettepe University and PhD degree in Art Education from Ankara University, Turkey. She currently work as an art professor at Çukurova University in Adana, Turkey. Nimet Keser does not want to limit her paintings in terms of subject, style or approach. Because she believes that it is not good and helpful for an artist to limit self with a certain genre or subject. She believes that an artist should learn new things, constantly expand the limits of what she/he can do, and constantly test self with difference. She believes that, as Leonardo da Vinci said, it is not a great honor for a painter to be able to do one thing well, to limit self to a particular subject of study. After naturalist figure paintings, pure abstract paintings, and monochromatic series, he started to create multi-colored landscapes that present nature in a different and powerful light.
The source of my paintings is my passion for nature. At the same time, I work with inspiration from a wide range of knowledge that includes romantics, neo-impressionists, post-impressionists and contemporary colorists, especially Caspar David Friedrich, Claude Monet, Henry Edmond Cross, David Hockney. I interpret the landscapes of the places I see and live by using the techniques of the masters I am inspired by. Instead of painting exactly what I see, I highlight my emotional color perception. Although I seem to focus on certain colors in general, I do not hesitate to use a multi- colored palette, especially a combination of contrasting colors. I try to create fresh, energetic and dramatic images with the impasto and alla prima techniques in my paintings. I want the viewers looking at my paintings to see the trace of the brush, the texture of the paint, the smell of color, the warmth, coolness, peace and energy of nature.
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