Nina Stolz Bellucci (b. 1983) creates dynamic paintings and large-scale drawings, taking direction from the light in her studio, the unique shapes and shadows it creates, and the inherent spirituality of the natural world. She received her BFA in Painting from the University of South Florida in 2006 and graduated from Boston University with an MFA in Painting in 2009. She has received numerous nominations and awards, including a 2018 Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Grant in Painting and a residency at Room83Spring Gallery (2017). Nina’s work has been shown most recently at The Yard: Williamsburg, Site:Brooklyn, Boston City Hall, Slag Gallery in New York, and with Musa Collective in Boston, where she is a founding member. Her work is represented virtually at Uprise Art, and she was recently interviewed on the art podcast, “I Like Your Work”. Nina will have new work in an upcoming show at Stay Home Gallery in Tennessee this November. She maintains a studio at Waltham Mills Artist Association and lives in Newton, MA with her husband and two children.