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Nosego’s Colorful New Mural “Little Moment” in San Jose, CA

Philadelphia based artist Nosego paints colorful and emotive images of animals inspired by the idea that we are all connected to our surroundings. We recently featured his exhibition of multimedia paintings "Along Infinite River", here on the blog, where Nosego portrays wild animals morphing into mystical environments. For his latest mural titled "Little Moment", Nosego continues to infuse his work with celestial elements and bright colors, but he also wanted to do something a little "different".

Philadelphia based artist Nosego paints colorful and emotive images of animals inspired by the idea that we are all connected to our surroundings. We recently featured his exhibition of multimedia paintings “Along Infinite River”, here on the blog, where Nosego portrays wild animals morphing into mystical environments. For his latest mural titled “Little Moment”, Nosego continues to infuse his work with celestial elements and bright colors, but he also wanted to do something a little “different”. Nosego’s style of painting has become increasingly detailed over the years, while always leaving room for improv. Playing with juxtaposing styles, his mural portrays a cartoony blue-colored creature (some say he’s a wolf, others a dog,) with a beautifully rendered mountainscape underneath his fur. Here are some photos that Empire Seven Gallery sent us of the wall in progress and of the finished product.

“Little Moment” is located on the side of Nichi Bei Bussan at 140 Jackson Street San Jose, CA 95112.

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