"I TRULY BELIEVE IN GOD ..., NOT ONE THAT HAS HORNS AND TAIL.
AND IT MAKES EVERY DAY OF MY LIFE DELIGHTFUL AND HAPPY," ~Nadia RUSS, July 4, 2015. NYC
"When I die, I do not want funeral,
I want to be cremated. I want also all my artworks that owned by me at that moment (those that have no bill of sale or deed
of gift) would be also burned." ~ Nadia RUSS August, 2015
check for confused: "Teaching doodling is like teaching stupidity, where "teachers" and students deserve
each other. One does not have to learn how to draw badly (or how to doodle). One will draw bad ANY WAY, if he/she has no talent
or capability for work. For better results, skip bad teaching resources/ books that louded the web stores, and get the good
ones (for sure they are more expensive). Then, who knows, may be you will be a good artist or at least will develop a good
taste! Protect yourself from viewing bad, not professional art or doodling, look only at museum quality art. It will help
you to creat better artworks, because it will help you to refine your taste and vision. Doodling is low taste, respect yourself,
you live in 21st century, when access to the best is so easy and often free. NeoPopRealism is not the art style of the past
century, as some unprofessional people want to present it to masses to give more space to the "art of the new millennium"
- doodlng (sounds retard, but it is true). NeoPopRealism is for everyone, no matter who you are and how old you are. It is
the art of the new millennium and it is equal to Apple in technology. Everyone who learn how to draw/paint NeoPopRealism will
increase his/her intellectual abilities, taste, artistic abilities and senses. Only you need is to get a NeoPopRealist teaching
resources and deepen in it and in the fabulous and original world of this fascinating style that has no equals in the real
world." ~ Nadia RUSS
CELEBRATING26th ANNIVERSARY of NeoPopRealism, created by
MADIA RUSS in 1989.
With any questions regarding purchasing the artwork - original or print, or Nadia
Russ' books by bulk, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org (write in Subject line "Important")
ART STYLE BY INTELLECTUAL FOR INTELLECTUAL
Because in 21st Century, We
Cannot Afford Go Stupid Monkeys With Doodling
NeoPopRealism is style of
visual arts, created by Nadia Russ in 1989, and manifested online+ in 2003, after she on January 4, 2003 created a term NeoPopRealism.
NeoPopRealism Art combines the brightness and simplicity with deepness of psychology, it has high energy colors and graphic
nature. NeoPopRealism is a separate art style and cannot be labeled under 'Pop Art' because NeoPopRealism has sophisticated
and philosophical nature, while the Pop Art is superficial. Only the drawings for children are simple enough and less sophisticated
to help the little students understand the NeoPopRealist art drawing concept and technique. Nadia Russ suggests to librarians
and other bibliographers to add a new category - 'NeoPopRealism' for the NeoPopRealism instructional books and artwork. NeoPopRealism 10 canons for happier life Nadia
Russ created in 2004.
You are probably would like to know
more about a SECRET of NEOPOPREALISM style and why almost everyone who tries to work in this manner ends up with doodling
or simple decoration of the realistic work with patterns, instead of creating a NeoPopRealist Art as Nadia Russ does. First
of all, DO NOT COPY anything and DO NOT CONTROL YOUR HAND and BRAIN. Because your subconscious is more clever and talented
than your consciousness. But it is not easy to open your extraordinary abilities' treasure box. You need a special key that
now is located in the Nadia Russ' instructional books. You always can try to connect your little brain to the MIND of Universe
with the help of self-suggestion and training.
Many realists-artists after while begin to hate their realist work and creative process because they
feel like they are trapped in a dark box without air and without abiliy to move on from the boring copying the realistic life
and to create something unique and imaginative. This is what happened to Nadia Russ too, before 1989. However, she was able
to break through, and even more, to create a new style of visual arts NEOPOPREALISM, based on her foundings how to break through
those mental restrictions. In 1989, she learned how to open her mind to the Universe, to move on to the higher level psychologically,
where she do not have to rely on the brain's limited abilities. She intentionally cuts her brain's controlling function off
to be free of memory and unintentionally installed in us restrictions, habits, that put limitations on our creativity. This
is the secret.
not many able to do that. And if you won't be able to do this too when creating NeoPopRealist art work - it is not easy to
put yourself in subconscious state of mind - then you will end up with simple dividing space with lines into sections and
then, filling these sections with different repetitive patterns. Too bad, because you end up with doodling that has nothing
in common with ART and has only some little flavor of NeoPopRealism art, but is not the actual NeoPopRealist artwork. It happens
because your conscious abilities are full of limitations and you normally use only up to 16% of your brain's gray matter's
potentials. And everyone will see it through your work. How shame!
Young adults and the schools' students must learn how to create NeoPopRealist Art (not silly doodling,
"art" for dummies) and to succeed, because their brains are still in the process of development and are more open
for experiments and new things. The Nadia Russ' instructional books are the source that can teach it and give an inspiration
to break through.
"Taste is the best judge. It is
rare. Art only addresses itself to an excessively small number of individuals". ~Paul Cezanne
NeoPopRealism 10 Canons for Happier
Be beautiful; 2. Be creative and productive; never stop studying
and learning; 3. Be peace-loving, positive-minded; 4. Do not acceptcommunist philosophy; 5. Be free-minded, do the best you can to move the world to peace and harmony; 6. Be family oriented, self-disciplined; 7. Be free spirited. Follow your dreams, if they are not destructive, but constructive; 8. Believe in god. God is one, it is harmony and striving for perfection; 9. Be supportive to those who need you, be generous; 10. Create your life as a great adventurous story.
About what the NeoPopRealism philosophy for
happier life stands for
To bring the peace to the earth, it is time to unite all the peace-loving
to stop the use and production of the heavy military equipment and weapons of mass destruction, such as war ships, war planes,
artillery, nuclear bombs, etc., in every part of the world, without any exception, once and forever. It has to be an international
law, according to which any person of any country, in any government, responsible for use (or attempt to use) the heavy military
equipment in any part of the world to kill people, would be imprisoned for the rest of life without possibility of amnesty,
as the mass murderer. All sales of the heavy military equipment worldwide should be stopped, as well as production of new
military heavy equipment, as part of this future law.
To keep this planet eco-friendly and beautiful, and people
happy, we have to say 'goodbye' to some irresponsible boys' bloody toys.
Nadia Russ, Two Man,acrylic on canvas, 53"X39", 2011
Nadia Russ, The Play acrylic on canvas, large size, 1997
Fort Lauderdale 100: A Must-Have Collector's Edition
Author: Nadia Russ
List Price: $67.95
8" x 10" (20.32 x 25.4 cm)
BISAC: Art / American
Lauderdale 100: A Must-Have Collector's Edition" by internationally known NeoPopRealist artist Nadia RUSS, with foreword
by Mayor of the City of Fort Lauderdale John P. "Jack" SEILER, is dedicated to the City of Fort Lauderdale. In 2011,
Fort Lauderdale -- the Yachting Capital of the World and 'Venice of America' -- has celebrated its 100-year anniversary. The
book's pages include one hundred color photographs by Nadia RUSS of the beautiful and breathtaking, unique and amazing, greatly
unbelievable, amusing, glamorous, sunny, sandy, fascinating and unforgettable City of Fort Lauderdale. Also, this account
contains information on the sights. Published in the United States in English with the partial translation in Russian. Buy
book at Amazon, click HERE.
New York City: After Sandy & Before the End of the World
Author: NeoPopRealism Press, Photographs by Nadia Russ
List Price: $26.95 (Black & White Photographs)
Price: $45.95 (Color Photographs)
8" x 10"
(20.32 x 25.4 cm)
ISBN-13: 978-0615734637 (Black & White)
ISBN-13: 978-0615733937 (Color)
BISAC: Photography / Individual Photographer
A book "New York City: After Sandy & Before the End of the World" offers a stunning
collection of 110 Nadia Russ' photographs of the New York City's Manhattan, made a few days after hurricane Sandy and ...
before the end of the world. It includes text describing images. Buy black/white edition at Amazon, click HERE. Buy color edition at Amazon, click HERE.
In 1989, Nadia Russ (aka Nadejda Maloletneva) invented a new art style. She drew with ink
pen a line that turned into the different shapes, figures, faces. Some sections, that appeared, she filled with different
repetitive patterns. Nadia never uses eraser. If she makes a "mistake", it disappears because the following patterns
balance the whole composition. Like all abstract art, this drawing is meditative. Later, she was using the same concept when
she created her oil and acrylic canvases. This style called NeoPopRealism. NeoPopRealism is a term that she created January
4, 2003. The artworks of Nadia Russ are in the different collections, including museums' worldwide, private and corporate.
To draw the pure NeoPopRealism artworks one needs to involve more than 16% of the regularly used gray matter of brain. Other
way, you will land into a dull drawing process with the poor result (you can see it all over on the web, but better don't).
How to open your mind and start using more that 16% of your gray matter without any dope, read "Inspirational Chapter"
in any of the NeoPopRealism instructional book and view only the good art of established artists. Not each one who draw the
lines and patterns can be the artist, but if you are able to involve more than 16% of your gray matter and and as result to
create something unique, then maybe you will be considered as ONE.
Nadia Russ, Queen of Magic(1997),24"x36", acrylic/canvas. Collection of Ukrainian Museum in New York
Nadia Russ, Seasons of Nightmare (2002), acrylic on canvas, 34"x34"
Nadia Russ, Salmon Inscrutable (2004), acrylic on canvas, 21"x21
Nadia Russ, Cigar (1997), acrylic on canvas, 24"x24"
Nadia Russ, Rolls Royce Convertible (2006), ink, mix media on paper, 11"x17"
Nadia Russ, Rolls Royce d'Vinci (2006), ink, mix media on paper, 11"x17"
Nadia Russ, series "Faces", ink on paper, 2001, 8"x10"
Nadia Russ, series "Faces", ink on paper, 2001, 8"x10"
Nadia Russ, Four Faces (2001), acrylic on canvas, 34x34 inch
Nadia Russ, Funny People (1996), acrylic on canvas, 50x70cm
Nadia Russ, The Game (2003), acrylic on paper, 22"x26"
Nadia Russ, Hand (2007), acrylic on canvas, 40"x71"
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NADIA RUSS' works can be found in the museums'
permanent art collections all over the world.
NADIA RUSS'S BIO
*Letizia gallery, NY, NY, USA - 1992; *Souz Tvortchestvo Gallery, Moscow, Russia -1993; *Tri Doma Gallery, Moscow, Russia - 1993; *Auto Art Gallery, Moscow, Russia *Bulgarian Culture Center, Moscow,
Russia -1994; *Freeport Art Center, Bahamas-1997; *Port Lucaya Yacht Club, Freeport, Bahamas-1997; *Prestige
Auto, Freeport, Bahamas 1998; *Art Gallery Club 13 at Xanadu Hotel, Freeport, Bahamas-1999-2000; *Online Gallery
NowCulture.com, NYC, USA-2000; *Club Moscow, New York, NY, USA-2000; *Ft. Lauderdale Antique Car Museum, Florida,
USA-2001; *96 Str Branch New York Public Library, NYC, USA (2004 - Nadia Russ: NeoPopRealism. Original Canvases)-2004; *96 Str Branch NY Public Library, NYC, USA (2006 - Nadia Russ: NeoPopRealism. Works On Paper. Prints)-2006; *Sumy
Regional Library of Science, Ukraine-2008,
*Manege, Moscow, Russia-1990; *M. Gruzinskaya, Moscow, Russia -1991; *NY Film Video Festival, New York, USA-2001; *Galeria d'Art Zero, Barselona,
Spain-2001; *Ninth Life Fine Art Gallery, St. Thomas, USVI-2002; *BBBS Charity Auction, Bridgewater, NYC, NY, USA-2001; *Carrazza, Radisson Bahia Mar Hotel, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, USA-2002; *The Davis Art Gallery, 1523 Las Olas Blvd, Ft.
Lauderdale, FL, USA-2002; *ArtServe, "Best of City Link", Exhibit & Festival, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, USA-2002; *Warehouse 721, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, USA-2002; *Soho Gallery, A1A, Beach Place, Ft. Lauderdale, USA2003; *Uma Gallery
(Limited edition glass plates), NYC, NY, USA-2007;
*Manhattan Motorcars (Luxury Cars series), NYC, NY, USA-2006-2010; etc.
Надя Русс, Надежда
Check selected magazines & newspapers..
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New York Daily News newspaper (2000) features Nadia Russ' drawing
Happenings Around Town newspaper.Article "Nadia Russ - An Artist for the New Century"(Bahamas)
Article about Nadia Russ' art in Talent magazine, 2001, New York City
Freeport News newspaper article about Nadia Russ "Russian Artist Is Very Impressed With Bahamas"1997
About Nadia Russ art in Moscovski Hudojnik newspaper, Moscow
Nadia Russ art in Literaturni Bazaar/ Literaturnay Gaseta, Moscow
About Nadia Russ art in Moskovski Komsomoletc newspaper, Moscow, Russia
About Nadia Russ art in Vecherni Club newspaper, Moscow (Russia)
Nadia RUSS is
the founder of NeoPopRealism Journal, Wonderpedia, NeoPopRealism Starz International Art Competitions (2008-2010) and NEW MILLENNIUM ART (2010); participates as
a Juror (individually or in a panel) in national & international art competitions.
Art Books that below by Nadia RUSS are available at Google books:
21st Century ART, 1st Vol., 2009
Price: $25.95 6" x 9" (15.24 x 22.86 cm) 226 pages Publisher: NeoPopRealism PRESS ISBN-13: 978-0615655680
This 226 pages
nonfiction tells a story about the world we live in. It explains why decadence in our society has happened and how
it is related to our values. Transparency is a powerful tool against those who are putting profit before integrity.
This book explores many aspects of our lives, including the corruption. It offers the solutions to problems and teaches how
to improve your life and be happy. This account explores through the prism of relationships between people the variety
of subjects - communism and capitalism, crime and corruption, sexism and love, elections 2012 and the government, much more.
It is illustrated with photographs. Buy book HERE.
Нади Русс (Надежды Mалолетневой)
находятся в собраниях
музеев и в других государствнных
и частных собраниях
по всему миру.
1. MOYA, Museum of Young Art, Vienna, Austria - series of 2 'Luxury cars',; 'Summer', 2003, acrylic/canvas;
'My Pink City', 2003, acrylic/canvas; 2. Kinsey Institute, Indiana University art collection
- 2 glass plates with image "Miss & Her Admirer"; CD-R - film
"NeoPopRealism For Sex Addicts", 5 min 16 sec.; canvases (series of 2) "Legs & Fine Man", 2001; 3. WEAM, World Erotic Art Museum in Miami Beach
- lamination on glass (3,5 deameter) with image "Miss & Her Admirer", 1/8; 4. Ukrainian Museum in NewYork - "Queen of Magic",
24"x36, canvas/acrylic on plywood; "Little Orange Girl In A Pink City", acrylic/canvas; "Aces & Faces",
acrylic/canvas; 5. Hotel Lucayan,
Freeport, Bahamas - several color prints; 6. New
York Public Library, NY,
USA - several work on paper (prints); 7. D. Burliuk Foundation, Ukraine - over 60 art works; 8. Simferopol ArtMuseum, Ukraine - two works on canvas "Conductor"
& "Blue Moon", both 24"x36", painted in 1996 in the Bahamas; 9. Art Museum of Lebedyn, Ukraine - two work on canvas "House" &
"Dancing Traffic Lights", both 23"x28" made in 1996 in the
Bahamas; 10. Sumy
Art Museum, Ukraine - 20 ink/paper works 8"x10", "Faces"; 11. TheSchacknow Museum of Fine Arts, Florida, USA - 5 art
works on paper/ink "Faces"; 12. Historical Museum of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, USA - art works on paper "Faces", including
antique car "Ford", ink/paper 22"x26"; 13. Museum of Local Lore of Konotop, Ukraine - work on canvas "Lover"
and several art works on paper; etc.