A series of cameo portraits, celebrating the beautiful variety of women and cultures around the world. Each piece shares the name of a flower from the woman’s homeland. … Continue readingPortraits


Inspiration can come from the most unusual places. On a trip to Paris, Natasha happened upon a traveling exhibition of a Japanese expert in kimono dyeing, Itchiku Kubota. Together, these block pieces form a mosaic of colour in wood. … Continue readingKimonos2


Marquetry writ large. Though Natasha often works at a more intimate, personal scale, her works also include large-scale murals. … Continue readingMurals