Naomi Samara is a visual artist known to use her own image as a starting point. With a mirror, she assumes the role of an observer. Naomi applies layers of translucent paint on canvas, compartmentalizing her own form into dripping, unruly shapes that portray inner realities.
Her last body of work titled ‘Sex in The Garden’ was birthed through a realization that what she was attempting to find within is abundant in nature. Perishable flora display intricate structures and expose raw sexual vulnerability. She sees the drive of attraction as being displayed openly in flowers thus making it the closest and most honest form of beauty.