Art and India are in Natasha’s genes. On her mother’s English side she comes from a line of established artists: her father’s Indian heritage she traces back to Kashmir and Afghanistan via stories of partition and lost family gold.

She has made her own name as an artist from the age of 17, when, earning a place by right in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition she found her etchings hanging on the same wall as paintings by her grandfather and uncle.

 

 

Natasha began with a first class degree in printmaking at Manchester. She studied printmaking and anatomy in the Venice Accademia and completed her MA in printmaking in Camberwell in London in 2000, winning the London Printmaking Prize the same year.

In 2018 Natasha won the 'Rise' Art Prize, where her work was personally selected from thousands of national and international entries by Harland Miller.  She also presented one of her art works to the Dalia Lama in the same year, and had a series bought by and hung in the new Soho House in Mumbai.  Her work can be found in a number of international private and public collections and has been shown at the National Geographical Society, Science Museum, Institute of Neurology and even the VIP Lounge at Heathrow. Natasha has also had exhibitions in London, New York, Dubai and Hong Kong.  

It was with great pleasure that The Stratford Gallery held her solo show "Essence of India" in September 2017, and we look forward to hosting her next solo exhibition 'India : People and Place' in March 2018.