The landscapes of international artist Nadia Lassman are imbued with luminosity and warm, radiating contentment. Influenced by the Impressionists, Lassman’s work reflects the happiness she feels, the beauty of nature, and her joy in travelling. She is fond of water scenes, keeping her viewers fascinated by the contrasting tones found there: the warm greens and yellows paired against the cooler shades of purple and blue. While Lassman paints mostly with acrylics, she adds depth and interest to her pieces with tactile effects, which she achieves through the application of layers of pigments, sand and gels. Lassman is a full-time artist whose work has been featured in Vogue, House and Garden Magazine and shown in Toronto, New York, Miami and Scottsdale.