Interview with artist Nicole Pon Horvath

Artist: NH (Nicole Pon Horvath); Photo by Paige Fulleton McFall
“For me, being mindful during the creative process is everything! Without this, I would be producing very different work. Part of my process is to be able to see and open my heart and my mind, which helps to attain stillness and permit contemplation. Without stillness, there is no contemplation. Being mindful helps process what I see, what I feel. It gives access to different layers of understanding. You need to empty your mind before you can see what is essential.” ~ NH; Photos by Paige Fulleton McFall
Morning Reflections’ by NH ( Nicole Pon Horvath), acrylic on canvas, 2016
Cherry Blossom And Winter Sky’ by NH ( Nicole Pon Horvath), acrylic on canvas, 2010
Old Plum Tree’ by NH ( Nicole Pon Horvath), diptych — acrylic on canvas, 2011

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