Working around a theme of alcohol, Nadia created a reflection on her experience and the ways she has been affected by the alcoholism in her family. The first self-portrait represents her fear of alcoholism with the effect of wine enveloping her through the use of watercolor that spreads across her face. In the second portrait, she merged her face with the pieces of broken glass from the reconstructed bottle. For the last portrait, she created large scale watercolor paintings of the broken glass pieces showing her face and laid them over her self-portrait to resemble puzzle pieces. The second and third portraits represent that the experiences caused by the alcoholism in her family are a part of her past and of who she is today.

Result #1

Working around a theme of alcohol, Nadia created a reflection on her experience and the ways she has been affected by the alcoholism in her family. The first self-portrait represents her fear of alcoholism with the effect of wine enveloping her through the use of watercolor that spreads across her face. In the second portrait, she merged her face with the pieces of broken glass from the reconstructed bottle. For the last portrait, she created large scale watercolor paintings of the broken glass pieces showing her face and laid them over her self-portrait to resemble puzzle pieces. The second and third portraits represent that the experiences caused by the alcoholism in her family are a part of her past and of who she is today.The installation was divided into two rooms: one space was lit by a single lamp and the other was illuminated by a small, red, wicker-covered table. The tables, which had been hung on the walls of the first room, were covered with newspaper clippings. In the second room, they were covered with newspaper clippings, which had been cut out and placed on the table. The newspaper clippings were then read aloud and translated into an essay about the problems of alcoholism and its treatment by the art world. The photographs of the broken glass pieces were also on display, but they had been cut out and placed on the table. The broken glass pieces seemed to represent the broken glass pieces, but the newspaper clippings were also a self-portrait, and the broken glass pieces were a reflection on the broken glass pieces, on the fractured relationship between the self and society.The exhibition was divided into two groups of works: seven photographs taken in the artists studio in the studio of the gallery and seven photographs taken from the artist's own collection. These works were presented in the first room in a large-format, black-and-white photograph hung on the wall. They were all taken in the same spot, in the same city, and the same place. The photographs were taken in the studio and on the streets of New York, where Nadia lived for most of her life. The photographs were taken with the same camera that was used to take the photographs, and these photographs were also taken in the same place, with the same camera.The photographs were taken in the studio in the studio of the gallery. The photographs were taken in the studio and on the streets of New York, where Nadia lived for most of her life. The photographs were taken in the same place, with the same camera.The photographs were taken with the same camera that was used to take the photographs, and these photographs were also taken in the same place.

Result #2

Working around a theme of alcohol, Nadia created a reflection on her experience and the ways she has been affected by the alcoholism in her family. The first self-portrait represents her fear of alcoholism with the effect of wine enveloping her through the use of watercolor that spreads across her face. In the second portrait, she merged her face with the pieces of broken glass from the reconstructed bottle. For the last portrait, she created large scale watercolor paintings of the broken glass pieces showing her face and laid them over her self-portrait to resemble puzzle pieces. The second and third portraits represent that the experiences caused by the alcoholism in her family are a part of her past and of who she is today. She tries to represent her feelings and struggles as a young woman living with an alcoholic father and a father with an addiction to alcohol. Her painting is a self-portrait with the image of a young woman. The artists facial expression is her own. In this painting she reflects on her experiences as a young woman living with an alcoholic father and a father with an addiction to alcohol. The body is broken and the broken body is a part of the body. The painting is a self-portrait with the image of a young woman. The painting is a self-portrait with the image of a young woman.The third self-portrait is a self-portrait with a collage of broken glass pieces that shows Nadia as a young girl, holding a shattered glass. The broken glass is a part of the body, and she holds it in the hand. The broken glass is a part of the broken body. The glass is broken and we see it is a part of the body, and it is a broken body. The broken glass is also a part of the body and it is broken. The broken glass is a sign of broken glass and it is a sign of the broken body. The broken glass is a part of the body and it is broken. The broken glass is a sign of the broken body. It is a sign of the broken body. The broken glass is also a sign of the broken body. The broken glass is a sign of the broken body.The broken glass pieces are also self-portraits. Here they are isolated and framed by glass, or framed by glass. The broken glass pieces are also isolated and framed by glass. The glass pieces are also isolated and framed by glass. The glass pieces are also isolated and framed by glass. The glass pieces are also isolated and framed by glass. The glass pieces are also isolated and framed by glass. The glass pieces are also isolated and framed by glass.

Result #3

The broken glass pieces bring to mind the broken glass from the beginning of this century, a reminder that we must always remember that we are all in this together.The exhibition also contained a number of drawings, one of which showed Nadia with the alcohol-addicted siblings of her family, which brought to mind the family of Pierre Rolland, the French painter who was also affected by his familys drinking habits. Nadias drawings and self-portraits are also part of her therapy, and they serve as a reminder that she has been a part of the solution to the problem of alcoholism and that she has been a part of the solution to all problems. She has worked with the alcohol and drug problem in the area of art since the early 80s, and she has created a living for the lives of her friends. The exhibition demonstrated that she is still able to use her artistic energy in a way that is both constructive and constructive, because it showed that she is also able to work with her problems and to make her art.

Result #4

In the final portrait, the watercolors had been removed from the canvas and replaced by a series of drawings of broken glass, and a hand was also made up in the form of a glass.

Result #5

The third portrait depicts the broken glass pieces as a reminder of the cost of her own sins, and also a reminder of the price she has had to pay for the indulgence of others. In a sense, her family is a metaphor for the past and the future.The third and final series of self-portraits features Nadia wearing a mask that represents her face and the broken glass pieces that symbolize her family. The masks fragment the masks identity, making them even more powerful, and it is in this fragility that they resonate. The mask is the self, the mask that creates the self. Nadias self-portraits are self-portraits, because they are self-portraits. They are images of a self that can be seen through, but not experienced as, the mask.

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