Nanisk is a columbian visual artist based in the U.S. who is 23 years old. Her work is a combination of sequences of real and imaginary images - of the world within and outside herself. Her process is simple: to get lost in patterns.
Nanisk likes to depict the female figure, memories, and enjoys working with organic materials, such as coffee, pressed flowers, and clay. She is loyal to all mediums in art, whether it is sculpture, photography, digital art, or drawing. She often finds herself using all, and as you may notice, most of her pieces are mixed media or collage for this reason.
The following images are from her work-in-process series: Phantasmagoria and Eden. Phantasmagoria is a mythology of female expressions (4 images). Eden is a narrative of ironical woe based on the theme of futile love (3 images).