About me

“Happiness comes from the full understanding of your own being”

Marina Abramovic

Hi, i’m Natalie

Art is at the core of my being . I want to share how I see the world through art. I’m currently a student who is passionate about art, photogrophy and architecture. I love painting, drawing and visiting exhibitions. Alongside creating art, I love learning about art history and about artists who are shaping our world today. Here, on my blog, are a collection of reviews, thoughts and discoveries focused on exploring the art world and how it shapes us .I hope I can inspire you to explore the world of art and recognise how much it plays a part in our society ❤

An ongoing stream of artist’s thoughts and words that resonate with me

“My illustrious lordhip, I’ll show you what a woman can do” – Artemisa Gentileschi” – Artemisa Gentileschi “If people knew how hard I worked to get my mastery, it wouldn’t seem so wonderful at all” – Michaelangelo “I don’t listen to what art critics say. I don’t know anybody who needs a critic to find out what art…

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The Pre-Raphaelite Sisters at the National Portrait Gallery

The National Portrait Gallery’s exhibition on the Pre-Raphaelite Sisters pushes the focus that has for decades been dominated by the men of the brotherhood and of the movement to the more obvious and pressing matter of the story behind the sitter: the women. What many have overlooked and failed to see is that although much success has come…

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Sensing Spaces: Architecture Reimagined

“To hear a sound is to see a space”  From a young age I’ve always been frightened of caves. The thought of entering a large, dark and rocky space terrifies me. Although I’ve questioned and criticised these rather odd feelings, I’ve come to terms that these odd feelings are actually something to embrace. The Royal Academy’s exhibition ‘Sensing Spaces: Architecture Reimagined’ epitomises this idea. It intends to morph the familiar spaces we…

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