My story




I'm Natasha, an artist, and designer for people who love abstract and geometric design.

I have a First Class degree from Duncan of Jordanstone and have been working as a professional artist since I graduated in 2013 developing my practice of muted colour palettes and weightless, clean compositions. 

I have exhibited in many exhibitions, both group, and solo and most notably in 2017, I was selected to show at The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition in London.

More recently, my collection, 'Collected Landscapes' was commissioned and showcased by Perth Art Gallery and Museum.

Creating my collections from Medina, the Morrocan inspired series to Skønneste Områder, drawing on Scandivanian influence and reflecting on the Scottish landscapes closer to home I am always reducing the essence of that city, place, location or moment into an artwork to be treasured and loving hung on the walls around you as you move through life. 

My paintings, print, and cards all geometrically designed are for those who love slow living and appreciating the beauty of life.