NARRATIVITY THROUGH LITHOGRAPHY - NATASHA DELIC
Natasha’s inspiration and chosen themes are drawn from nature, poetry and ancestry. Through the use of black & white lithography, the art form is more convincing and has a greater credibility, conveying a timeless feeling.
“Nature has its own peace and harmony, working in cycles. I have strived to reflect this balance through my work, whether the subject matter is a tree or a person. For me the presence of the immediate environment combined with my inner feelings are the most important elements in shaping the imaginative lithographic lines and forms” sais Natasha.
“The main themes in Natasha’s work can be competed to poetry. From people in landscapes and imaginative portraits, to those of nature and ancestors. She takes a small fragment of reality like in poem and meditates on it” Dr Olga Smirnova.
In Narrativity Through Lithography Natasha is telling the story about the journeys which we take and somehow they unpredictably become part of one’s life. It is through the stories that we would be able to experience these journeys fully. After many years spent working in publishing, Natasha found her way back to her art and felt the need to tell her story to a wider audience.
Natasha Delic was born in Belgrade, Serbia. She lives and works in London, and has MA in Publishing, Oxford Brooks University. During her studies at The Royal Academy of Fine Art, The Hague, Holland, Natasha was exposed to wide ranging artistic styles and it was through lithography that Natasha found the best and most natural way in expressing her chosen subjects and themes. By only her third year at the Academy, Natasha held her first exhibition and already formed her own style of lithographic prints. Today her work can be found in private collections around the world. She exhibited widely, her passed exhibition include Spui Theatre, The Hague, Masashino Bijyutsu Gakuen,Tokyo, Burgermeister Muller Museum Solhofen, Germany TCM Asser Institute, The Hague, Gallery Kunst Kring, The Hague, The Gallery, Notting Hill, London