An Artist’s Story: Nicki Muller “Bone To Brain” New York City Solo Exhibition

Nicki Muller (Photo Credit: ABC News http://abclocal.go.com/wabc/video?id=8459749&syndicate=syndicate&section )

Current New York City-based artist Nicki Muller presented her Solo Exhibition cleverly named “Bone To Brain” at the MSB Gallery in Downtown New York City. The exact location of the magnificent collection was placed in the New York University’s Medical Center which inspired the masses and occupants greatly. Nicki Muller is a respected artist in the New York area because of her true connection with her pieces, whether the pieces are pertaining to a recent Fashion Show collection or a gallery show. Some of the mediums used to create the 2011 gallery pieces “included large scale paintings (oil and acrylic paint based), plaster, steel and wood sculpture pieces, photography, self-made books and scribed journals.” Some influences and phenomenal experiential concepts which took part in the creation of these pieces included “unconscious activity”, “current reality” and “intense circumstances”.

Nicki Muller has stated that this year has been an incredible journey in her artistic ventures as well as life experiences. This artistic prodigy is an inspiration for youthful, the older, the sick and well, currently battling brain cancer, having been diagnosed at the tender age of 20. Furthermore, she had conquered bone cancer a few years ago. Ms. Muller has taken these experiences to inspire the work she looks to share with humanity. She is looking forward to seeing her exhibition travel to other galleries and hospitals in the Manhattan area. ” In many ways I have predicted my diagnosis through creation”, stated by this young visionary about her inspired collection, which may leave one in a state of awed introspection. Nicki Muller, also a talented fashion designer, has been featured in the annual 2011 Sister On The Runway charity runway show last October in New York City. Please refer to Nicki Muller’s online outlet http://www.nickimuller.com/ regarding past, present and future artistic works.

Nicki Muller Artistic Piece from MSB Gallery (Photo Credit: http://www.nickimuller.com/ )

Nicki Muller Gallery Exhibition (Photo Credit: http://www.nickimuller.com/ )

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