I thought today I would answer some questions! Also, an added bonus are pictures of my sweet dog Sugar. Lets get started! Q:What is your primary medium? A: I work mainly in three different mediums, oil, acrylic and watercolor. I love all three because they … Continue reading Questionnaire
I have asked myself many times how I became an artist, as many times as people have asked me, and I have always answered the same. I equate my love of art and a lot of my skill to one person. My father was an … Continue reading The Beginning
This artwork was created during my undergraduate thesis work, at SUNY Potsdam. It’s one of my first portfolios that I am extremely proud of and fond of. This work showcases much of my family, making it a personal exploration of each individual’s unique personality. I … Continue reading Portraits of All Kinds
Today, I was thinking a lot about why I paint certain things. My inspirations come from many different places. I love to paint animal, flowers, portraits, figures and abstract things as well. Take this image for example, this is “Milford”, and it’s a small watercolor. I … Continue reading Inspiration
HI, I’m Nadine Longmore, I am currently an artist living in Rochester, New York. I go to graduate school at Rochester Institute of Technology, and I’m working towards my MFA in Fine Art Studio. My contemporary oil paintings depict personal relationships with my family and friends. My primary inspirations come from emotions, experiences and relationships, and currently my thesis work explores the deep connections with my twin sister. I use my artwork as a means of communication to a wide audience, and this love for art started from a young age.
I grew up on Tug Hill Plateau in Northern New York and attended SUNY Potsdam where i obtained my BFA in painting and photography. This summer was an exciting one, in which my peers and I curated and installed our own group show. It was call “Art Friends: Necessary Trouble” and it was a blast to create with my fellow artists.
I also kicked off and ended my summer working for the Memorial Art Gallery at their Art Day School. Working with young children was inspiring and a blessing.
Exposure to art in all forms is what I’m all about, but also spreading the joy I find in art to others.