Natasha Norman Visual Artist

Land&Sea at ArtonAvenues

I’m delighted to be featured on this exhibition at Art On Avenues in Somerset West with an amazing group of artists.

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Art On Avenues is delighted to showcase this exciting new group exhibition titled ‘Land & Sea’. Join us for the opening Thursday 7th of November 2019 at 18h30. Refreshments will be served.

Featuring these amazing artists:
Adele Potgieter
Alexia Vogel
Alison Jean Shaw
Jessica Storm Kapp
Jo Voysey
Johann Booyens
Laurel Holmes
Laurinda Belcher
Natasha Norman
Nicolene Burger
Rentia Retief
Sarah Grace
Swain Hoogervorst
Vanessa Cowling
Yolanda Warnich

‘Land & Sea’
We are all interconnected with the land and the sea, spiritually, physically, socially and culturally. As inhabitants of this planet we not only draw energy from our surroundings, but we also draw inspiration from it. Our precious Earth is borrowed to us and it is our duty to preserve and look after it, just as it looks after us. Let us appreciate and celebrate our surroundings, our beautiful landscapes and our precious oceans.

For more information regarding the exhibition or if you would like to receive a catalogue, contact the gallery info@artonavenues.co.za or call 084 042 9229
Instagram @artonavenues

Art Under The Bed

Save the date for the much anticipated annual Art Under the Bed sale! Over 20 artists at various stages of their careers in one relaxed environment.

I’m spring-cleaning the studio cupboards so there’ll be fabulous works at affordable prices.

Follow: @artunderthebed on Instagram for previews
The venue is the home of Vanessa Cowling in Oranjezicht. Contact Vanessa for address: vanessa@vanessacowling.com

Michaelis Silent Auction

Cascade

Watercolour Monotype print

UCT’s Michaelis School of Fine Art will be hosting a fundraising auction at Smith Studio Gallery, 56 Church Street, Cape Town, on Monday 5th August. Proceeds from the auction will go towards the Honour’s year annual catalogue publication and student bursary fund.

Previews of the work available for bidding are on the Michaelis Silent Auction Instagram site: @Michaelissilentauction2019.

I have a small framed Watercolour Monotype available. Perfect for a bit of water inspiration in your home at an affordable price.

I look forward to seeing you there!

Regarding Winter Group Exhibition

REGARDING WINTER
A mid-year group show

Opening: Wednesday, 12 June 2019 at 18H30
Venue: 91 Kloof Street, Gardens, Cape Town

Please join us from six thirty onwards on Wednesday evening on the 12th of June as we celebrate the opening of our mid-year group exhibition, titled Regarding Winter. Come and meet the artists, relax and enjoy a glass of wine with us, whilst appreciating beauty in the variety of works on view at our cosy gallery space. We are delighted to be sharing works by our regular Salon Ninety One favourites, extremely talented associated artists, as well as some exciting new signatures. Participating artists include: Alexia Vogel, Amber Moir, Andrew Sutherland, Chloe Townsend, Gabrielle Raaff, Heidi Fourie, Jade Klara, Katrin Coetzer, Katrine Claassens, Kirsten Beets, Kirsten Sims, Lara Meintjes, Laurinda Belcher, Linsey Levendall, Mareli Esterhuizen, Michael Amery, Natasha Norman, Nicole Clare Fraser, Paul Marais, Paul Senyol, Rico, Sarah Biggs, and Tara Deacon.

If you would like to receive the exhibition catalogue please send us an email at enquiries@salon91.co.za

- nano 1.3

- nano 1.3

28 May - 25 June 2019
Join us for the opening tonight, 28 May, from 6:30 pm onwards
Barnard Gallery
55 Main Street, Newlands, Cape Town.

A concept of relative simplicity, - nano 1.3 invites artists to zoom in, scale down, shrink, condense, encapsulate and compact; submitting works with an exact height of 20cm and a maximum width of 30cm. The exhibition is an opportunity to play with scale, to explore what effects it has for both artist and viewer, and what new parameters it may set for the curator and the gallery space.

Smaller works immediately require and create a greater intimacy with the viewer, compelling us to come closer, look closer, stay longer. While large, expansive works keep us at a distance, smaller works activate interiority and introspection. They require a sharper focus, a keener gaze, a lingering attention. Playing into our fascination with the miniature, small works conjure whimsy, a sense of the magical, a playfulness. But profundity need not be reserved only for the grandiose, and by requiring an economy of expression from the artist, smaller works are also often surprisingly affecting and impactful.

Exhibiition Catalogue