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Yadi

United States of America

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Nadine ‘Yadi’ Royster is a self-instructed, internationally known fine art artist, published author and computer scientist. Best known as ‘Yadi’, she was born in Cleveland, Ohio, USA and now resides in Evanston, Illinois, USA; she is an (IAC) Illinois Art Council grant recipient, has sold hundreds of paintings to private patrons and has been commissioned for several public, corporate and residential artworks. She is also a teaching artist, traveling throughout Chicago Public Schools and the Northshore for Art Encounter of Evanston, Illinois, USA.

Yadi began her journey as an artist during her years in corporate America where she worked in Operations Management with a specialization in Accounting. She left a lucrative position in the late nineties to pursue a fulltime artist career. In 2009, Yadi was forced into an involuntary sabbatical causing the closing of her Gallery in Evanston. She returned to the studio to create new works starting in 2015. It was a slow process as she began mending from a series of unfortunate events from personal loss and very serious personal health issues. During the seven years of studio absence, it was a time of reassessing life and discovering a new perspective on creating artwork that had no negative effect to her health. She had to discover new materials and new ways to infuse texture and medium into her work. She returned to school to earn a degree in Computer Science and received her degree with honors in 2014.

Yadi has a passion for texture and mixing media, as she often practiced in her work. The risk of mixing materials that might not otherwise be considered companions is the greatest challenge in my work. She works in series because it is most representative of the various phases of her spiritual and personal evolution.

Working as a professional fine art artist for over 20 years, she has appeared in several publications, such as the October 2007 Food Arts Magazine for her 4’ x 6’ Cheese Mosaic; September 2007 Union Times and Quest Warsaw/Winona Lake for her mosaic sculpture work on the Peace Sundial Mosaic. Winner of Best of America Mixed Media, her work was published in the 2006 America Mixed Media Artists & Artisans by Kennedy Publishing. She won the Award of Excellence in 2000 at the Skokie Art Festival for her colorful Abstracts on Paper. Yadi’s public mosaics are featured on the Mosaic Atlas (worldwide public art website), featuring public mosaic art from around the world; and published in the 2005 Mosaic Art Yearbook, in digital format.
Biography
Nadine ‘Yadi’ Royster is a self-instructed, internationally known fine art artist, published author and computer scientist. Best known as ‘Yadi’, she was born in Cleveland, Ohio, USA and now resides in Evanston, Illinois, USA; she is an (IAC) Illinois Art Council grant recipient, has sold hundreds of paintings to private patrons and has been commissioned for several public, corporate and residential artworks. She is also a teaching artist, traveling throughout Chicago Public Schools and the Northshore for Art Encounter of Evanston, Illinois, USA.

Yadi began her journey as an artist during her years in corporate America where she worked in Operations Management with a specialization in Accounting. She left a lucrative position in the late nineties to pursue a fulltime artist career. In 2009, Yadi was forced into an involuntary sabbatical causing the closing of her Gallery in Evanston. She returned to the studio to create new works starting in 2015. It was a slow process as she began mending from a series of unfortunate events from personal loss and very serious personal health issues. During the seven years of studio absence, it was a time of reassessing life and discovering a new perspective on creating artwork that had no negative effect to her health. She had to discover new materials and new ways to infuse texture and medium into her work. She returned to school to earn a degree in Computer Science and received her degree with honors in 2014.

Yadi has a passion for texture and mixing media, as she often practiced in her work. The risk of mixing materials that might not otherwise be considered companions is the greatest challenge in my work. She works in series because it is most representative of the various phases of her spiritual and personal evolution.

Working as a professional fine art artist for over 20 years, she has appeared in several publications, such as the October 2007 Food Arts Magazine for her 4’ x 6’ Cheese Mosaic; September 2007 Union Times and Quest Warsaw/Winona Lake for her mosaic sculpture work on the Peace Sundial Mosaic. Winner of Best of America Mixed Media, her work was published in the 2006 America Mixed Media Artists & Artisans by Kennedy Publishing. She won the Award of Excellence in 2000 at the Skokie Art Festival for her colorful Abstracts on Paper. Yadi’s public mosaics are featured on the Mosaic Atlas (worldwide public art website), featuring public mosaic art from around the world; and published in the 2005 Mosaic Art Yearbook, in digital format.

Artworks

  • theArtist I: The Artist

    theArtist I: The Artist

    57.2 x 38.1 cm / USD 1,500.00

  • theArtist II: The Sketch

    theArtist II: The Sketch

    51.8 x 45.7 cm / USD 1,500.00

  • theAritst III: Summer Breeze

    theAritst III: Summer Breeze

    57.2 x 38.1 cm / USD 1,100.00

  • theAritst IV: The Mixer

    theAritst IV: The Mixer

    61 x 45.7 cm / USD 1,500.00

  • theArtist V: Overall Uncertainty

    theArtist V: Overall Uncertainty

    61 x 45.7 cm / USD 1,500.00

  • theArtist VI: Art Direction

    theArtist VI: Art Direction

    61 x 45.7 cm / USD 1,500.00

  • theArtist VII: Overall Abstract

    theArtist VII: Overall Abstract

    61 x 45.7 cm / USD 1,500.00

  • theArtist VIII: Contemplation

    theArtist VIII: Contemplation

    76.8 x 57.2 cm / USD 2,200.00

  • theArtist IX: Pondering Abstract

    theArtist IX: Pondering Abstract

    57.2 x 38.1 cm / USD 1,100.00

  • theArtist XI:Red Hat Quarantine

    theArtist XI:Red Hat Quarantine

    29.9 x 45.7 cm / USD 900.00

  • theArtist XII:Red Hat Quarantine-Create

    theArtist XII:Red Hat Quarantine-Create

    29.9 x 45.7 cm / USD 900.00