A few simple lines and unparalleled delicacy are the main ingredients of Natasha Law‘s works.
Natasha was born in London where she first decided to attend the history faculty at the University of Warwick and then to abandon her to study art at Camberwell College of Arts. It was here that, thanks to the fusion of illustration with photography and styling, her style began to take shape.
In a few years Natasha Law has distinguished herself in the art scene thanks to her works that portray young girls, modern and independent, captured in their most intimate moments, while taking off their shirts, wearing only their underwear or completely naked. The shapes of the body are barely hinted at, through fine lines and soft colors the bodies are barely hinted at, the rest must be our imagination.
Another feature that over the years has made art galleries and customers love is the use of different materials, from paper to cardboard, from collage to aluminum, it seems that for Natasha Law the texture of her works is as important as the subject. In any case, whatever material she chooses to shape, the artist always finishes her works with a thick coat of glossy paint, which over the years has become her signature.
Her vision of the female world soon caught the attention of galleries around the world, from Tokyo to New York, not to mention the clients and brands who wanted to collaborate with her, including Harrods, Tiffany & Co., Vogue, Max Mara.
Discover some of her works below!
P.s. Natasha’s last name might remind you something, in fact the artist is the older sister of the famous actor Jude Law.