Award-Winning Liberian Artist Nora Musu Signs to DW World Media

Liberian visual artist Nora Musu teams with PR firm to expand reach within, and beyond, the arts community and to inspire aspiring female artists.

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Nora Musu (Photo Credit: Cheryle Williams)

Nora Musu

I look forward to working with DW to find and create opportunities to share my artistic message with a broader audience - and to be a beacon for emerging female artists such as myself.

Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB) March 31, 2014

Public relations firm DW World Media (DWWM) has announced the addition of award-winning Liberian visual artist Nora Musu to its client roster. Musu has teamed with DWWM to serve as a buffer between her and the art world to increase her presence, expand her reach on a broader scale and solidify her brand as a mixed media artist.

“I am excited to have Nora join our DW family,” said Steph Harmon, DWWM Co-Founder/CEO. “We love a good story -- and Nora’s is one that deserves telling. From her cultural influences, larger-than-life landscapes and vivid storytelling, we look forward to sharing her creations with not just the arts community, but the world.”

Born in Madison, WI to Liberian parents, Musu was raised in Liberia, went to boarding school in England and spent much of her adult life in the U.S. Her interest in the abstract and unconventional, though piqued at an early age, was ultimately shaped by her studies at the University of Liberia. Her cultural influences are evident in her eclectic use of mixed media, movement, texture and large landscapes to create pieces that are reminiscent of ancient African stone and wooden sculpture.

Musu most recently exhibited at the Indianapolis Public Library’s 26th annual “Meet The Artists,” one of the city's premiere cultural events for African-American artists. She has been invited to exhibit this June at Faie African Art in Chicago, IL and has tentative showings lined up throughout the Northeast.

“Though my work has been featured across the country, I find there are still roadblocks for African American artists, particularly women, to be recognized by general, mainstream galleries,” said Musu. “I look forward to working with DW to find and create opportunities to share my artistic message with a broader audience - and to be a beacon for emerging female artists such as myself.”

To view Nora Musu’s pieces and to learn more about her artistic endeavors, visit noramusu.com.

About Nora Musu
Nora Musu is a Liberian-American artist whose art and life experience epitomize an organic multiculturalism that transcends boundaries. She primarily uses an innovative blend of acrylic polymers and iron and copper particles, enhanced by a process of rusting and patina, to create a three-dimensional sculptural relief effect in her work. Musu's pieces have been exhibited internationally, including the DuSable Museum (IL), the Museum of Science and Industry (IL) and the United Nations. Musu currently resides in Columbus, OH. She also holds a BS in Business Administration from Franklin University.

About DW World Media
DW World Media, LLC is a communications firm with core competencies in public relations, focused on elevating its clients’ brand, marketability and reach in media, entertainment and the arts. For more information, visit http://www.dwworldmedia.com.