Gabriella Eva Nagy is a children’s book writer, visual artist, and director of a non-profit organization called Reflection.
Gabriella Eva Nagy is an American author and illustrator. She was raised born and raised in Hungary but moved to the United States. Nagy holds a degree of Bachelor in Physics and Technology. But later on, she would major in Computer Animation and Multimedia from The Art Institute of Pittsburgh, in Pennsylvania. Gabriella Eva Nagy would later use this skill in art and multimedia to create stories for little children. She would also establish a platform where she shares her gifts to promote good values and wisdom to children. ReadersMagnet takes another look at the published works of the multi-talented author. Today, we celebrate the art, stories, and reflections of Gabriella Eva Nagy that have made an impact to young readers.
Gabriella Nagy’s Illustrations and Art
Although Gabriella Eva Nagy is most-known for her collection of short stories, it is important to know that she is a great illustrator and an artist. In fact, if you check out her books, you will discover that she also did the illustrations for the books. Nagy’s great talent in the field of visual arts was further honed when she studied computer animation and multimedia. Gabriella Eva Nagy’s art is about majestic landscapes. In many of her books, Nagy creates beautiful sceneries with various creatures, including butterflies, insects, birds, flowers, and even marine animals such as dolphins and turtles. Nagy is also known to create her illustrations using bright colors, interesting lines, and balanced compositions.
The designs you see in her books mostly contain bright and vibrant hues of reds, yellows, and cool shades of blues and greens. Nagy’s art captures not only nature’s beauty but also its various moods. In her book series about seasons, Nagy captures winter in the book Winter Dreams by creating vivid images of the mountain snow. She also did the same with other seasons by incorporating the appropriate colors and images.
Celebrating Life via Children’s Stories
For the past eight years or so, author and illustrator Gabriella Eva Nagy have produced over a dozen children’s illustrated books. As early as 2014, Nagy published several remarkable books such as Lady, Lady Bug, and Into the Valley of Lillies. Among Nagy’s early notable works include Swan Dance (2015), Tea Rose Garden (2015), The Island of Pearls (2016), The Land of Poppies (2016), Moonlight Dance (2018), and Straight Lullaby (2018). In 2017, Gabriella released a series of books about seasons. These books are Winter Dreams, Summer Breeze, Autumn Rainbows, Rustle of Spring, and Seasons. One of her most celebrated works is Enchanted Rainbows. It was published in 2018. According to Nagy, the book is a visual representation of how to say happy birthday to someone you love. Recent work by Gabriella Nagy includes The Island of the Sun (2018), The Dancing Butterflies (2019), and Sweetdreams, Ladybug! (2020).
Overall, Nagy has release twenty-four books. Many of these are inspired by her love of nature and devotion to God. Gabriella Eva Nagy teaches children how to appreciate the wonder of nature and the creations of God. Her body of works inspires children to seek goodness and beauty everywhere they go.
A Platform for Teaching Young Minds
Aside from being an author and an illustrator, Gabriella Eva Nagy is also the current director of the non-profit organization called Reflection.org.corp. It is a multicultural platform that aims to promote and teach Christian values through creative means. Reflections use visual art, literature, and multimedia in order to engage young minds and instill in them proper attitude, outlook, and good character. Gabriella Eva Nagy believes in the power of art in reaching out to children. Her interest in finding visually stimulating and educational ways in teaching kids valuable lessons.
Indeed, Gabriella Eva Nagy is an author and an artist and a real inspiration to readers and authors alike.
If you want to know more about Gabriella Eva Nagy’s works, you can purchase copies of her books or visit her author website today.