The artistic roots embedded in the vibrant murals in Valparaiso (Chile) where Ninoska Labbe is born have influenced her passion for art and are reflected in her work, consisting of drawings and paintings.
Later in Switzerland, as a self-taught artist, explored other painting techniques, such as oil, acrylic, watercolour and gouache. In 2014, Ninoska crossed paths with Alberto Russo. With his support and guidance, it allowed her to take her creativity and future into her own hands. She realized that her lifelong desire was to become a fulltime artist. Her work showcases vibrations, light sources and emotions. Among the different mediums, she paints mainly in acrylic or gouache. Her vision incorporates the energy and techniques taught by Alberto.
Her work revolves around successive pictorial phases but 2016 will specifically mark her style with an emotional characteristic; a stronger graphical imprint.
Inspired by the great masters of figurative painting such as John Singer Sargent, the impressionists Vincent Van Gogh and Claude Monet; Ninoska also admires contemporary artists like Ernest Pignon-Ernest and Gottfried Helnwein. Ninoska’s painting style can be classified into the contemporary realism movement.
Since 2015, the artist chose Lussery-Villars to settle her easel, surrounded by the primary thing that resources her: relaxing green countryside.