Artist The life of artist NaRada, from his triumph through spiritual adversity, to his unorthodox views of life in his art. NaRada lives a bold life as an artistic innovator.
Biography: Bio The life of Artist NaRada; born in North Carolina and raised by his parents David, and Surya. As a young boy NaRada studied martial arts. Along with being a martial artist, NaRada was a remarkable artist, and at age 13 he would often draw people in his hometown. After NaRada's father David retired from Attorney General he became very involved in the local church. His mother Surya quit her job as a teacher and started her clothing company. NaRada would often help Surya with the family business when needed. Surya would spend time with NaRada teaching him the values of life and how it's a beautiful stage lie. In 2007 she was gunned down trying to save her family in the Darfur war. Depress and bitter, David went into the ministries and became an assistant pastor in a small town out side of Greensboro. David often encourage NaRada to become more involved in the church, and as a result NaRada became a teacher in bible school. Being an artist first NaRada always found effective ways to communicate and connect with people, his techniques was very successful. After studying varies religions, and suppressing his artistic differences. NaRada withdrew himself from the church in search of a new way of seeing the world. Realizing that all the religions of the world are all the same, just express differently like art itself. "Conscism Art" or "Mind Art" was his new concept and the foundation of the art company MNDARTS. After serving time for what he believed in at age 26, NaRada begin to commit and invest into MND Arts full time. Soon after he started working and helping other artisans and business partners to help develop the City of Charlotte. Painting his personal diary of awareness and humanism, NaRada's work is often shocking as they portray the harsh reality of life, and beauty of it if we allow ourselves to open and look a little closer. Knowing the power of art and how it affects us daily, and the possibilities to create life, change situations, and transcend from reality with one mark. NaRada use to paint for people happiness. "I soon learn the way to failure is to cater to everyones happiness. I paint for myself now, so please with all your heart.....Hate Me. Our truth is the only thing we have left that sells for so little. Its in this seed where in the face of adversity, the artist flourishes. Because what he knows is a lie.
Country: United States
Site: MND ARTS
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