Full Dawn rises from the ashes of Yesterday, fresh and empty, so a new Day may fill it. Original painting-heiroglyphics. Nirider paints in a dimensional style that blends the untraditional glass and cloth paints with the traditional canvas and acrylic paints. His use of ancient micmac indian heiroglyphics to spread prose throughout some of his paintings creates an opportunity for engagement and discovery for the viewer. He blends the spiritual and surreal in a way that has been described as ethereal. The seemingly magical symbols create a mystical, visual and cerebral event. He brings an element of sophistication to the deceptively primitive style of his paintings. The images speak to us as they draw us deeper into the depths of their vision. Ones senses are assailed by the glitter of gold and silver, the fiery refractions of gleaming gems and regal jewels.. . He connects his vision of the future through the doorways of the past. His use of space through time creates a kaleidoscope of inter-connected images-one blending into the other. What is far becomes near and his wrap around visual style portray just how unusual true vision takes shape through the distorted perceptions of the human mind and eye. What one discovers is that these omniscient viewpoints are not theoretically surreal but rather the reality of true vision. Nirider with his unique style has truly established an American art form-an American vision of itself-with all of its multi-cultural continental flavors-a true American reflection from The Great Mirror of Life.
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My art is my hobby-it's the way I think and experiment with ideas and concepts. I try to blend the spiritual and surreal together in unusual ways. I often use omniscient viewpoints to portray just how unusual true vision is and how it takes shape through the distorted perceptions of the human mind and eye. In some paintings I use Native American Micmac heiroglyphics in order to incorporate additional visual communication within the painting. With the use of a scroll provided withn each painting one can decipher the script - Maybe Indiana Jones would like these. For the most part I consider some of my work American continental and some modern/surreal.