When you pick a piece of custom art for your home, office or living space you want it to be unique and you want it to somehow make a statement. You often say it must speak to you and possibly your guests. You want what no one else has and you’re not the only one. Thank goodness we have so much to choose from! But, have you ever noticed how different pictures and different colors carry particular energies to them. Perhaps what you are attracted to is not so much the “art” but the “energy” of the art. NJoyFractals a proponent of Healing Energy art speaks to each individual in an incredibly unique way. These colors formulated from complex numbers come together in sacred geometric patterns, vibrating at frequencies which tap into your higher consciousness. Your being can sense it; your body can feel it. Your loss of words is suddenly overcome with colors that sing to your soul.

Express yourself and make a stance with the art you choose. Set a trend, rather than follow a trend. Step outside of the box and be daring and dynamic with breathtaking

NJoyFractals vibrating in your space.

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Solid walls accented with Vibrant and Colorful art рlау a vеrу important rоlе in іntеrіоr decorating and design. In fасt, the clever use of colors, is аmоng the top interior design ideas used for home decor, retail shop interior design and/or even business or office environments.  A Vibrantly colored or geometric patterned print not only brightens up a раrtісulаr space but also changes the mood and ambience of everything in it. NJoyFractals is a great choice and offers any room an array of colors interspersed with designs and spectacular details. Each NJoyFractal is an original signed and numbered Giclee printed on Metal. NJoyFractals use of vibrant colors and delicate designs offers the viewer a delightful palette of movement and visual excitement.  Of course, if you are uncertain how to implement colors as an accent in your room, іt may be wise to соnѕult a professional іntеrіоr dеѕіgnеr or if available, speak directly with the artist who has created the art. Nina Joy the creator of NJoyFractals is more than happy to assist you and also has a team of creative designers and decorators that are already familiar with her art. They may be able to help you select the mоѕt аррrорrіаtе piece from her collection that will best suite your needs.

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Homes that аrе excitingly dесоrаtеd wіth stunning wаll-art and colors саn bе еxtrеmеlу іnvіtіng while аdарting themselves tо the comfortable styles of daily lіvіng аnd stimulating designs.

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The fосаl роіnt оf interior dеѕіgn no longer has to rely оn abstract or іnаnіmаtе іmаgеs.  Instead, dеѕіgnѕ which are inspired bу color, nаturе, and life itself, are what NJoyFractals are all about. (as seen in photographs).

Interpretative license comes with magnificent pieces of artwork. Its creativity often begs the viewer repeatedly for comments. Therefore, when ѕеlесtіng a stunning focal point, it is wise to ask yourself, “What will keep me engaged and interested,” more than, “I need something that will іmрrеѕѕ my guests.”  Yоur home is your kіngdоm аnd іt ѕhоuld reflect уоur іnnеr thoughts аnd реrѕоnаlіtу. If you’re a fаn оf contemporary wаll-аrt and colors that make a statement, here are a few fantastic ideas made exclusively by NJoyFractals.

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NJoyFractals has a collection of original selections for a multitude of living spaces, kids’ rооms, your professional office or retail business. Are you ready for a bold, exciting and stylishly colorful redo? Take a look into the world of NJоуFractals and all of Nina Joy’s beautiful colors! www.NJoyFractals.com  Custom designs and sizes are available.


All sorts of studies explain how color affects us and how it provides a substrate to our mood and mindset:

Red can represent danger but, it can also suggest romance. In some arenas and disciplines red is known to increase circulation and stimulate the mind. Blues are used to soothe illness and also to increase productivity and increase intuition.  Yellow can be interpreted as caution, but then again it’s been known to increase concentration. White represents purity, all things clean and clear.

Researchers say more research must be done on the subject. So, until they come up with enough research to prove how colors affect us, let me tell you a little story about how colors influenced me and a few people I once knew…

I was a product of the 60’s and moved from NY to California where my parents bought a nice house for us to live in. It was so nice that it drove me nuts. I was afraid to walk through the living room because everything was so organized and pristine. Each item was on display in an exact place. God forbid I might move something, I’d surely get into trouble. I declared that room as dangerous. Yet, it’s what my parents wanted and nonetheless, it made me sick.

In my mind I knew it wasn’t my style and I found no comfort or sense of welcome in that space. To me, they were just showing off fancy stuff that gave an unapproachable uneasiness. Even the pillows were unwelcoming. They were made of some type of nice fabric on one side but then ruined with a scratchy and shiny material on the other. They were so rough you couldn’t put them behind your back, no less under your neck. Did they even serve a purpose? Were they functional? I learned they were just for show. I questioned that room, the way it felt booby-trapped, and the impact it had on me, so I stayed out of it at all costs.

The den, our designated playroom, was not much better. In fact, it was more like a dungeon. Dark, musty, brown and filled with horrid tribal type wooden statues and masks that quite frankly, scared me to death. But, that’s where the TV was situated, right in the middle of the bookshelf and smashed between a million books which were surrounded by those foreboding carvings. Everything was miserable, scary and depressing in that room except for the bindings and edges of all the colorful books. They were the only flair in our den of a playroom. They were the only things in the room that were interesting to look at, and I was drawn to them. I’d spend my time flipping through the pages, hoping to find colorful pictures somewhere in the middle. I did find some, but I had to hunt through so many before I was rewarded with just a few.

Now, just down the street, I had these particular neighbors that were really “groovy.” I mean, they were really, really groovy. They were free-spirited and into cool things. They burned incense, had a laughing Buddha statue and listened to great rock n roll music. They “hung out.” They talked about the “vibe” having to be just right. I had no idea what they meant, I just knew I “grooved” with it. Their kitchen was painted all red and highlighted with a garden green color and delicate yellows. I thought those colors were an amazing choice. They were Italian, like me, so they’d joke and say, “We like it red! It reminds us of how much we love our tomatoes!” That kitchen was full of life and overflowing with love. Yes, yes of course, there was great food too.

All their bedrooms were unique, as each room had its own intense color. I was given a choice of which room I’d like to sleep in when I’d stay overnight. I’d pick a different room each time. There was a green room, a pink room and a blue room. I loved each room equally as each had its own energy and its own feel based on the particular color it sported. All I knew was that I’d rather do my homework in their blue room and often times I’d go over to study and write my homework papers at their house, in that room.

I remember there was an incredibly comfortable yellow couch in the living room that had these leopard pillows strewn over it. On the wall above was this really colorful psychedelic drawing which they said was sacred geometry. Incredibly engaged, I would experience the most exciting and inviting feeling each time I entered that room. I literally would throw myself on the couch, as if I were the girl in the Calgon commercial. Remember her? She would say, “Calgon, take me away!” I loved that couch and the beautiful image on the wall. What I loved most though were the leopard pillows! Made with soft material on both sides they were fluffy, daring, and enticing. I loved them. That room rang with bold colored accents and all together they created a warm, friendly and oh so comfortable feel. 


The Village Gallery of Local Artists will bid farewell to Spring in a flashy display of design and color, thanks to the dazzling Fractal Art works of May’s featured artist, Nina Joy Rizzo. In addition, current Guest Artist, Glenn Hinz will continue to show his superb Southwest collection of low-relief copper sculpture, and founding gallery member and clothing designer, Suzan Brackell, will be on hand to demonstrate her new line of ‘Wine’ accessories. The public is invited to enjoy food, wine and lively conversation with the artists when the Village Gallery opens its doors for the after-hours Art Walk from 5-8 pm on May 6.th
Nina Joy was a child of serendipity; raised in Queens, New York with crayons, pencils, water paints, brushes and chalk as her companions, she took advantage of the variety of background media that presented itself everyday- from sketch pads to sidewalks to gnarly branches and leather, the budding artist literally made her mark in and on the competitive streets of New York. In her words, “Coloring, outlining images and drawing patterns were a regular activity. I spied and claimed smooth sidewalks, and the fence in my aunt’s back yard didn’t go unscathed either!”
By the time her family moved to Palm Springs, California in her pre-teen years, Nina was on the road to searching for a focal point for her artistic interests. Eventually she was drawn into the world of Fractal Art, where imagination, color and geometric design collide. With the aid of a computer, her first mandalas and fractal shapes were ready for production, and two years later she moved to the Sedona area in 2009, bringing her passion for Fractal Art with her.
The present phase of her work began during a meditation: “A series of pictures came to me. Information in the form of shapes and colors ‘downloaded’ and became the inspiration for my vibrant NJoyFractals. Passing into the 3-dimensional realm, they bring energy into a space, beckoning, focusing and calming the viewer.” The artist’s works can be found throughout Sedona as well as in the Village Gallery, and one of her stunning large pieces was selected for submission to The Hub in Sedona for the ‘Building Bridges’ Event.
Nina is also pleased that her experience with Fractals has become complementary to her work as an Osteopathic Manual Therapist. She explains, “The body itself is a never-ending series of repeated images of mathematical formula and geometrical inventions.” She is happy that through her art, she can reach out to the lives of others.
The Village Gallery of Local Artists is open daily 10-6pm and is currently accepting new members & Guest Artists. info: www.sedonalocalartists.com 928-284-1416
6500 Hwy 179 at Cortez roundabout, Village of Oak Creek, Sedona, Az, 86351


Interior design requires a great amount of focus on individual appeal and style.  A large art wall piece is a great starting point for any room, whether you are seeking to re-vamp a room in a minimalist, abstract, or original style.  For anyone who is an architect, interior designer or a stager for a model home, I have a variety of large art wall pieces in every style available to suit yours and your client’s specific needs for a space. Continue reading →


 

By Nina Joy

Colors play an interesting and important role in healing illnesses and promoting well-being for those who cannot adapt to standard teaching practices. Color healing is therapeutic and beneficial to give alternatives to the standards of medical practice. Our entire lives are focused around colors- our moods, auras and ways we view things are reflected through color.  When dealing with health issues, color therapy is a wonderful solution for many. Continue reading →


 

Of course, art is something that is packed full of colors, but it can be a useful tool for us all.  Having a painting with an array of our chakra colors in it, for instance, and focusing on that can work very nicely as a meditation tool.  When designing a room art can tie it all together unlike any other.  Art can also help those who suffer from autism by just being there.  The colors can stimulate or relax and aid in cognitive function. Continue reading →


In ancient history, color significance was much more prominent than it was today.  Certain colors were associated with certain auras and emotions without the use of words or letters.

Today, although we rely mostly on words to communicate, we still rely on certain colors to set the tone of a room, our clothing or our personalities. It has been proven that different colors do have different effects on us.   Continue reading →


By Nina Joy

Just as certain colors are relaxing and others are stimulating, there are certain colors we can use when practicing meditation as well. We can use our chakras when meditating which are all associated with the 4 earth elements: Earth, air, fire, water, ether, spiritual awakening and enlightenment.  All these chakras can be found within us and around us both and there are colors which are associated with each chakra. Continue reading →


MY INSPIRATION
During a deep meditative state I first saw fractals, although at the time, I had no idea what it was I was seeing! It was my thirtieth birthday, and I had chosen to sit at a cozy and beautiful grassy spot on the ledge of a mountainside in Palm Springs, California. It was my favorite spot to sit and meditate. From a deep state of mind, I saw an image that I can only describe as a tile that was spinning in air. Continue reading →