Born in Australia, Naida Adell Ginnane first studied Visual Arts in 1985, completing a B.Ed (Art) followed by a M. Ed in 2004.
Since then Naida has worked in the Visual Arts for more than 30 years, specialising in a range of techniques including 35mm SLR photography and dark room process, painting and drawing. More recently she has focused on digital imagery and film-making. Her students have won state Art/ Design awards and graduated to become successful artists in their own right.
Naida currently works as a creative director/ artist for her own company, teaching photography workshops, creating and exhibiting Photographic Fine Art. In 2017, Naida exhibited in 3 different art fairs in Singapore, Hong Kong and Sydney and featured in two solo exhibitions in Singapore and Sydney.
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I believe the role of the artist is not to make pretty things, but to challenge the viewer to question what they see and think. I do this by making images that are discernible visually and symbolically, providing the interpretation of deeper meaning. Using the flower as a motif to represent the environment, my work focuses on drawing attention to the environmental issues facing this generation and hopefully maintaining social discourse.