“A legend in her own time” – Skip Shefield, Boca Raton News

“Gold Mine” – Veja Magazine, Brazil

“Internationally acclaimed Naza is a woman on the Run” – Palm Beach Society Magazine

“Official Portraits seem to find Naza” - Museum and Arts Magazine, Washington D.C.

“An Artist who is good in using both sides of the brain” – City Link Magazine, former XS Magazine, Fort Lauderdale

“(Naza) developed a distinctive style, for which she is now known” – World Magazine 

“One of the best known Brazilian Artists in America” – The News, Boca Raton

“This knocks your socks off” - NBC News, ch. 6, Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Naza, a very renowned Brazilian Born American Artist, has exhibited her work in major art galleries and museums throughout the American Continent and in Europe.


Her works are in important collections, such as President Clinton’s, President Fernando Henrique Cardoso, Ivana Trump, Ayrton Senna Foundation, Brigitte Bardot, The West Point Museum, Emerson Fitipaldi, Countess De Hoernle, Florida Marlins, and the Cornell Museum of Art and History.


Some of Naza’s latest honors are the Croix D’argent of “Lemerite et Devoument Français”, a published biography written by Journalist Suzane Jales, the Key to The City of Boca Raton, and a Proclamation by the Brazilian Senate in her honor.


Her subjects range from wildlife art, figurative art, including nudes, portraits, but she will paint about any subject, always adding her famous abstract touch to each artwork.