Disarming Prudence by Nechita


16 x 12 Original Acrylic on Canvas


Disarming Prudence by Alexandra Nechita

16″ x 12″ Original Acrylic on Canvas. 2019.
Artist Notes

You know that feeling…
That poignant feeling, when you don’t want to be
particularly prudent even though in the back
of your mind you recognize that the more
promising route is the more calculated one?
That urge within you, and impulse, your gut,
that dive head first feeling…
It’s a way I often try to be. An ideology I try
to implement, but then I get caught up in
the web of concern. That paralyzing thinking
that it’s better to be safe than sorry.
Beware, you can lose yourself in that caution.

-Alexandra Nechita

Alexandra Nechita

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Alexandra Nechita (born August 27, 1985) is a Romanian-American cubist artist and philanthropist. She achieved world-wide fame and recognition when she was dubbed the “Petite Picasso” by the media and the art community as a young child prodigy. Her natural, early talent was quickly recognized and widely acclaimed beginning with her first solo exhibition at eight years old. 

Hailed as a true artistic force, Nechita continues her legacy with her new Collection entitled “Re: Imagined”.


Nechita immigrated to the United States at one and a half years old. She began drawing as a toddler. At seven she was working with oil paints and acrylics and by eight years of age, she held her first solo exhibition at a local Los Angeles Library. Alexandra exploded onto the art scene at the age of nine. Her talent was instantly recognized as crowds came to see her often monumental paintings. Art critics and the media began telling the world about this rarest of child prodigies – a master of line and color – an artist with a visual language of her own.

That visual language has been unfolding over the last several years, resulting in an extraordinary new body of work that began touring North America in 2019. These works represent the years and growth between her time as a celebrated prodigy and the now mature Artist who sees the world through a different lens; while still capturing elements that made her a force in the Art World.

Her work has always reflected an expression of personal sentiments- that intimacy and storytelling continues to be the prism through which she navigates her creative vocabulary. This new work is the perfect embodiment of who she is, as it comprehensively encompasses her growth and transitions, both as a woman, a mother and simply a humanist on a profound and endless search for her greater purpose.

Alexandra’s work has been displayed globally, including exhibitions in Romania, Switzerland, Netherlands, Italy, France, England, Singapore, Japan and New Zealand. Her art sits in the permanent collections of museums throughout the world, including the Vatican Collection in Rome and The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland. Alexandra’s work is also in the private collections of A-List celebrities, including Oprah Winfrey, Debra Messing, Alec Baldwin, Paul Stanley, Calvin Klein, Whoopi Goldberg and David Letterman.


  • Petit Palais Museum, Geneva, Switzerland
  • Tennessee State Museum, Nashville, Tennessee
  • Lowe Art Museum, Coral Gables, Florida
  • Bowers Museum, Santa Ana, California
  • Alexander Brest Museum, Jacksonville, Florida
  • The Special Olympics Collection, Washington, D.C.
  • Embassies: London, The Hague, Rome, Paris, Geneva
  • Downey Museum of Art, Downey, California
  • Imperial Collection, His Majesty Emperor Akihito, Tokyo
  • Florida International University Art Museum, Miami, Florida
  • International Children’s Art Museum, Geneva
  • Museum of Contemporary Art, Lake Worth, Florida
  • National Academy of Recording Arts & Science, Los Angeles, California
  • Pensacola Museum of Art, Pensacola, Florida
  • Coral Springs Museum of Art, Florida
  • Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Cleveland, Ohio
  • Vatican Collection, Rome
  • National Museum of Art, Romania
  • City of Vallauris, France
  • Beverly Hills Cancer Center- Beverly Hills
  • Ville de Meudon- Musee D’art et D’Histore- France
  • National Museum of Singapore
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