About the Artist
New York City based artist Nia Alexsandra Wallace, is an experimental surrealist using her art to expand the narrative behind self reflection. Her work embodies real conversations with the self, and all the nuance of how memory as well as how shadow work shapes our lives. In addition, her work is indicative of how spirituality interacts with the conscious and subconscious mind, the confrontation of trauma in her life, and her place in the world. Compelling, and dynamic in composition her work takes inspiration from Kerry James Marshall, an several other contemporary Black artists. Although she draws inspiration from these incredible resources, she has a unique style that calls to her audience in an intimate way. A champion of vulnerability in her work, we can see how her use of color in all her works carries depth and symbolism.