Painting Asia in Seattle

Neece wrote an lovely email to me early this week, and also shared the link to her beautiful studio gallery -Neece Clark Studio.

Neece, a Seattle based freelance painter and wall designer, works with acrylics, painting larger-than-life botanicals, figures and abstract designs. She spent most of her childhood in India and Southeast Asia. She attributes much of her inspiration to being surrounded, at a young age, by the abundance of colorful visual stimuli prevalent in those cultures….as is evidenced in these select paintings below:

You can view more of Neece’s beautiful work here and also shop online!

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Comments (13)

  1. Do you paint as well Kus? Yes, Neece’s paintings have captured both Indian and Japanese nuances beautifully..

    Good to hear from you again Lady Luxie! Thanks! 🙂

  2. love it.personally, im into art (painting). its very interesting that an artist from such a rich cultural backgound (india) also inpired by japanese culture.

  3. Very interesting observation Roma! Thanks for visiting 🙂

    Hello Kate! Hope you had a good trip..:)

    Glad you liked the paintings Robyn – all credit to Neece 🙂

    Will check out your post Affinity! 🙂

  4. Gorgeous! Thank you for sharing Oh and I love your blog. Came to you through House Martin.


  5. I loved her undulating
    petals but I most of all loved
    Frida painting me it
    was gorgeous and I loved the
    little wink in that work:)

    thank you so much for a fabulous
    link – i am just two hours away from
    Seattle so I am waiting for her
    to have a new show:)