Nicole Ianuzelli is an abstract artist based in central New Jersey whose paintings and drawings explore the potential of spontaneous and deliberate gestures. Her interest lies in space and form that can be seen simultaneously as static, rhythmic, flat, and dimensional. She uses organic and geometric lines and shapes to create subconscious and contemplative structures and atmospheres meditating on existence and spatial relationships. Her works can be described as color field landscapes with minimalist forms that evoke aspects of sacred spaces and objects. She currently works as the Program Coordinator for the Center for Women in the Arts at Douglass, Douglass Residential College, Rutgers, and was formerly the Senior Program Coordinator for the Rutgers Center for Women in the Arts and Humanities. She holds an Associate in Visual Arts from Middlesex County College, NJ (2003) and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers (2006).
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