About the artist

The artist at work Nina Jordan loves to paint. Born in Switzerland, she has lived in Framingham, Massachusetts since 1977. She speaks five languages in addition to the language of painting. She studied art and art history at the University of Geneva, Switzerland. She has also studied at the Ingbretson Studio of Realist Painting, the Boston Museum School, the Danforth Museum, and along with famous portrait painters, such as Daniel Greene and Constance Flavell Pratt. She takes great joy in creating beautiful oil and pastel paintings.

She is a Member of the Pastel Society of America, the Framingham Artist Guild, the Wellesley Society of Artists, the Amazing Things Arts Center and the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Her art exhibits have won many awards and prizes.

Today, Nina focuses on painting portraits of children, adults, and their beloved pets in either oil or pastel. She can paint them from live sittings or from photographs. She also gives fun art lessons for all ages at her studio. Lessons are available in English, German or French.

Nina also paints lovely landscapes and still lifes. She has painted beautiful Boston landmarks, such as the Swan Boats, the Rose Garden, the Wayside Inn and Grist Mill in Sudbury, and the Framingham Minuteman Statue. (Prints and note cards are also available for purchase.)

For information, please call her studio at (508) 877-3162, or email her at portraitsbynina@rcn.com.