Commissioned Painting of Chicago Skyline

Chicago Skyline Finally finished this work after many months of working on this painting.  The painting was made from a panoramic of pictures I took from the commissioners view in the Gold Coast of Chicago. Oil on canvas * 2016* Nicholas Nadja*

The Lubricious Dusk of Pescadero

My last painting of 2015. After almost a year of retouching, the painting is  originally seen in the video by PianoFight in San Francisco during a poetry reading/studio visit in April of 2014.

Pastel Portrait

A much more esteemed and respectful portrait of my wonderful 93 year old Grandma. Pastel Drawing on Panel 2015

Melismatic Madame

Recently finished this edition of lithographs titled “Melismatic Madame”.  Only 12 made in black and blue ink on toned paper. Also there is now a section for prints and drawings I recently put on here, so check in with the prints too.

Commissioned Portrait of Great Grandfather Vincent

This is the most recent Commission I have been working on for the past few months. It is of my great grandfather and it was commissioned by my great Aunt. The painting is 16 x 20 inches on Belgian Linen.

” Sunday’s Rat Bouillon “

New Painting, Inspired by William Michael Harnett’s painting “Sunday’s Dinner”.  One of my favorite works in the Art Institute of Chicago. Oil Painting on Panel 16x 20 inches N.Nadja 2015

Wedding Portrait Commission

I just finished the Commission of this wedding portrait in mostly black and white. It is done on canvas with oil ground. This is of two good friends of mine that got married in 2013.

Painting Review in New City

Review by New City Newspaper of my painting ” I Once Was What You Are and What I Am You Soon Will Become” Reviews, profiles and news about art in Chicago Feb04 Review: Chicago’s New Realists/Zhou B Art Center Bridgeport, Painting RECOMMENDED Though mostly an exhibition of current and former students of its curator, Ryan Shultz, several of these…

Chiocciola Conquistador

Painting currently on loan to SAIC  in the Sullivan Center building in admissions.  Oil on Vellum 24x 36 inch