Natasha Norman (b 1982) is an artist.

I currently work in Mokuhanga (Japanese waterbased woodblock printing) and monotype print techniques.

My work focuses on an experiential vision of landscape. I employ subtle haptic mark-making processes that seek to evoke an imaginative sensation of water, earth and air through the technologies of paint and print.

I have lectured in art history, printmedia and art theory at universities and private colleges within South Africa. I publish as an independent writer in various South African magazines, journals or online platforms and currently do freelance writing for South African artists and galleries.

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