Raisa Nosova is a Russian-born American artist that has received her formal art education from the Fashion Institute of Technology, Vesalius College in Brussels, and the Art Students League of New York. Curiosity in cultures and in clear perception of the world has driven Raisa to begin encountering the world through travels to Europe, Near East, and Southeast Asia. She shares the discovered essence through her “atmosphere-capturing” paintings.
Raisa has shown at galleries throughout the New York City metropolitan area, with solo shows in Brooklyn, Newark, and Montclair, NJ. Her work has also been exhibited in group shows at the Monmouth Museum, the Whistler Museum of Art, Bakhrushin Central State Theatre Museum in Moscow, the SCOPE art fair in Miami, Armory Art Center and NJIT Museum. She has created public artworks with colleagues as well as autonomously in Brussels, Miami, New York, and Northern New Jersey. Raisa is a recipient of George T. Dorsch Award, 2012 and Fannie Kipnes Memorial Award for Oil Painting, 2014.