My abstract paintings are created through the spontaneous application of paint with my fingers. This technique has enabled me to create a variety of textures and designs that I cannot achieve with a brush. Although I have spent much of my art career as a finger painting artist, I now both finger paint and use brushes to create detailed landscapes.

The colors in my work are saturated, yet you’ll find subtle variations in the hues. My paintings are not only known for their vibrant and profound colors, but also for their textures. People often report feeling both energized and calm while looking at my work.  

Click here to see more of my work at my website.

Contact me: info_at_naomisilverart.com


32 comments on “About
  1. Julianna says:

    Beautiful work, and beauty-filled description of how your art moves through you, as a calling more than as a choice. Do you have pics of any of your more recent water/sky works?

    • Julianna, thanks for taking the time to read it, and I’m glad you understand it. Most people either don’t understand or don’t believe me when I say it’s a calling, not a choice.

      Here’s a link to my website where you can check out all of my work: http://NaomiSilverArt.com. If you really want to keep up with my art, find me on Facebook.

      I love the quotes you put on your blog and have been meaning to ask if you create the art you put with the quotes?

      • Julianna says:

        Nope, I don’t create the art I put with the quotes. I will definitely check out your site. And yes, I DO understand how these things move through people. Artists are so brave in that they choose to listen…and so blessed that they choose to listen!

      • Julianna says:

        Your work is gorgeous – thanks for sending the link! And no, I don’t create the art on my site…it already takes a ton of time to just FIND the photo that I want to use and match it with the quote (and the overall feeling of the page, balancing colors and all that). Plus, I’m not nearly that good a photographer! Hope you’re having a great day! – Julianna

  2. Listening is the key and not easy! It’s so easy to get mixed up in your own stuff and not trust what comes through. This is something I struggle with constantly. Thanks for reminding me that this ability is, in fact, a blessing. 🙂

  3. Julianna says:

    Okay, seems like there’s not a ton happening on this site, but I’ve nominated you for the Beautiful Blogger award nonetheless. Perhaps I should have done it for the Beautiful Painter award – but that wasn’t really the option. And perhaps I should have put this on your FB page to give you some publicity about it, but – well, that one is up to you. Anyway – glad I found your work out here – it brings joy every time I see it!

  4. naomisilverart says:

    Hey, thanks Julianna. I just started this blog recently because most of my contact with the world re: the art occurs on FB. Hence, the lack of postings. 🙂

  5. Instinctively, I like the brush work of the image you use as your header. I would like to see all of it

  6. Thanks, Nicholas. Have you ever tried finger painting? I seem to be inspiring more and more artists to try it. 😀

  7. Hi Naomi! Your art is so cool and I love to check it out, so I’ve nominated you for the Reality Blog Award. I hope that more people will find your blog from the link on mine so they can enjoy it too. You can check out the award at http://elizabethrosemysteries.com/awards/. Thanks for all your wonderful posts and for sharing your artistic talent!!

  8. Naomi beautiful unique artworks, what an original gift you have to share with many. Your images should be displayed on the walls of hospitals and places where people need to be uplifted. where would we be without natures natural colours to inspire us.

    • Thank you so much! I would love to have my art hanging where people are under any sort of stress or duress, like hospitals. So far, the one place of healing I’ve hung my art is at my chiropractor’s office. I would love to expand on this idea but the question is how…

  9. opreach says:

    There is a lovely, restful, and inviting quality about your paintings, Naomi. And thank you for following! Pat

  10. Thanks, Pat. Blessing right back at you! So glad you found my blog so I could find yours 🙂

  11. Claude says:

    Bonjour Naomi, je suis Claude de MyOpera.
    Bravo pour ton site et tes peintures, j’aime !
    Où est le site de vidéos reportages que tu faisais sur toutes sortes d’artistes américains ?
    Je ne le retrouve plus…
    Claude de France

  12. Le wordpress, c’est plus facile a utiliser que l”opera (mais je suis sur Facebook pour le plupart). Tout le monde de l’Opera a commence a trouver des autres ici. 🙂 Mois, j’ai quitte l’Opera il y a au moins de 2 ans.

  13. Seenorway says:

    I verfy much enjoy the way you build your paintings and the colors included. I think perhaps you’d be happy to visit my friend Maurice (if you haven’t already?)

  14. Thank you and, yes, I know Maurice! He is one of my favorite artists!

  15. Nomzi Kumalo says:

    Pleased to meet you. 🙂

  16. GAF says:

    I see someone started following me. 🙂 I came to check out your site and sure glad I have. I have been very isolated and flat out exhausted from the energetic service work I’ve been doing so I haven’t even been able to get out to take a walk let alone see the greater world… the world that I’ve gotten my butt kicked assisting. How sad is that?! I miss her. lol Thanks for bringing nature to me through your beautiful artwork. Much appreciated.

  17. GAF says:

    Sent ya an email. Did ya get it?

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