NEWTON, Natasha

1973 - ?

Natasha Newton

Born at Cirencester, Gloucestershire in 1973. An artist and illustrator working from her studio at Crownfields, Ufford, Woodbridge, Suffolk also spending some months in Paris, dividing her time between the two places. Inspired by the simplicity of the winter landscape, she often paints scenes that reflect where she would like to be and tends to use colours that evoke a strong memory or feeling, making the work symbolic and slightly dream-like. Through art she explores a love of birds, nature, and astronomy, conveying the magic and beauty that surrounds us every day. She has exhibited with several galleries throughout the UK, including Snape Maltings Gallery and Serena Hall Gallery, Southwold both in Suffolk and 2 Little Spoons, Stockholm, Sweden and her work has been selected several times for major shows in London, including winning an award at The Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours Annual Exhibition and am showing work on a permanent basis with the Serena Hall Gallery in Southwold and the Snape Maltings Gallery, both in Suffolk, as well as taking part in group and solo exhibitions at venues across the UK and abroad. Her art has been used by the book publishing company Random House Press for a series of five books by author Jorge Bucay and by Moo Print Ltd on a selection of business cards and stationery, and to illustrate magazine articles and CD covers and her work has been used by 'Homes & Gardens', 'Resurgence & Ecologist', 'UK Handmade' and many others. In recent years her work has gained a large international following and now sells to collectors all over the world, with paintings and illustrations in around 20 countries.












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