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Gizella Nyquist is a Southern California based artist whose mission is to help people stop and “EXPERIENCE LIFE TODAY”. Gizella’s desire is that her art will guide people to recognize the special moments in the present that often just slip away.

As Ferris said at the end of Ferris Bueller’s Day Off movie: “Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.”

Read about Gizella’s inspiration and life on this page. To read her blog, visit this page. Interested in purchasing Gizella’s art work? Please visit the Store page.

About the Artist

Artist's Inspiration and Bio

Born in Budapest, Hungary, in the late sixties, Gizella Nyquist was raised in a society and family that did not place a high value on freedom of expression or art. In fact, the communist society highly discouraged people from being different. Because of this, Gizella lived with numerous and strict rules in her home and everywhere in her environment. Though it wasn’t her ultimate calling, she studied mathematics at ELTE University of Arts and Sciences, and chose a career as a high-school math teacher.

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Artist's Inspiration and Bio

Picture by: Reem Abousaif

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Exhibitions and Publications

Exhibitions and Publications

  • "Merging Harmonies" Exhibition (2013)  Calumet Photographic, Santa Ana, CA

  • “A Different Point of View” Exhibit (2013)  Orange County Great Park, Palm Courts Art Complex , Irvine, CA

  • "All Media 2014" Exhibit (2014)  Irvine Fine Arts Center, Irvine, CA

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Exhibitions and Publications

Two images were published in the 2016 September edition of Living the Photo Artistic Life

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