Moving On

“The pictorially intrepid temperament of Nasser never fails to amaze one, she can produce with the same fluid dexterity a traditionally figurative “mountain scape” equivalent to some of the early outdoor sketches of Constable. Her versatile talent, however, seems at best in her Expressionist abstract work. Her lyrical compositions are uniquely idiosyncratic, her only concerns with texture and color, place Nasser on the upper echelons of the present day painter, her drawing, perspectival and iconographic abilities are not deniable.” -1988

Dame Françoise Tempera –Art Historian, Art Critic, Journalist