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Cristina Núñez has acrylic paints laid out on a table March 24, 2022 at her home studio in Columbia. Núñez has lived in Columbia for the past three years with her mother and siblings, but her father still lives in Venezuela.
Cristina Núñez looks at the beginning of a new canvas March 24, 2022 at her home studio in Columbia. Lately, Núñez paints on canvases stapled to the ground because the paint she uses is too thin to paint on the wall. Núñez commented that the only problem with these paintings is the pain she gets in her knees.
Cristina Núñez steps back from a painting March 24, 2022 at her home studio in Columbia. Núñez is a Venezuelan artist who now paints in Columbia. She has murals all over town and showcases her art at the Columbia Art League.
A mirror reflects some of Cristina Núñez's artwork on the walls of her basement studio Thursday, March 24, 2022, at her home studio in Columbia. Núñez has been working on an abstract collection called “Nuances,” which layers colors and shapes. She said that the style is “completely different from anything that I did before.”
Nunez works on some of her abstract paintings that she is preparing for an exhibit in Chicago on March 24, 2022. Cristina Nunez is a Venezuelan artist who currently resides in Columbia, Mo. Nunez moved to Columbia after living in South Korea due to worries that she wouldn’t be able to renew her passport and get stuck in South Korea.
Cristina Núñez paints one of her larger canvases for her “Nuances” collection March 24, 2022 at her home studio in Columbia. For Núñez, moving from country to country inspires her work. She likes to utilize materials available in the country she resides in, along with simple tools that are easier to pack.