#68 Ideas | Deepest Blue
hand drawn etching and monoprint with detailed line and deep rich texture and embossing.
27.5 x 43cm individual image size | float mounted frame size 37 x 52cm
Currently framed in a warm brown/black stain and waxed hand finished moulding, with a sub frame for split baton hanging and non reflective glass.
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The primary colours of India: that particular hue of yellow; the deepest blue; startling pink and soul-satisfying turquoise green. These are my visual base notes. They are my palette of emotions, memories, experiences. They lead me to the subcontinent.
#68ideas is where they took me; an abstract journey to my India through harmony, tonality and colour, without my ever leaving the studio.
The Choti Jali
Crumbling palaces, echoing pillared halls, mesmerizing carving and dreams in stone are the inspiration for this, collection, an exhibition of unique works on paper that captures the essence of Indian architecture.
They are the spaces and elements she seeks out on her journeys around North India. The sense of place, rich emotion and meaning that she finds, Natasha brings back to us conveyed through rich colours, intricate design, subtle and evocative textures. Always with a twist that makes her work unique, and exciting.