There’s a certain flatness and rawness in Nataliette‘s painting style, made more evident in her portraits, that we just can’t get enough of. Designer by trade and painter by heart, Nat churns our painting after painting, she NEVER stops, but we don’t mind, if that meant we could see more of the world through her eyes. It’s a dark, dark place, yes, but also oddly humorous.
“Nataliette’s work explores the rhetoric of resignation, desolation and the wearisome mundanity of existence manifested in dolls, food and beasts. She finds beauty in the unnatural and grotesque; the irony of duality and paradox; the ideologies in myth and legend — with influences from the vanitas, symbolisms, and macabre.”(SOURCE)