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On this wonderful fine autumn day, we are delighted to have the opportunity to talk about the art of wood burning with the newest guest of our series Interviews with Artists After all, the autumn season is the perfect time to practice this exciting activity — so what better time to try it if you never have before?
After finding Natasha on Instagram, we asked her if she would be interested in doing an artist interview with us. So we did our homework and prepared a long list of We are incredibly happy and proud to introduce you to Natasha and her work. We hope that our article will inspire you to visit the artist's Instagram, leave some motivating comments, or come up with some of your own art interview questions to ask her.
Natasha has been fond of creativity since childhood, but she discovered her true calling of wood burning only 2 years ago. She loves to experiment with shapes and different color palettes. Her works are dominated by landscapes, thematic décor, and blue tones. Pieces with wishes take a special place in her artwork collection. The greatest happiness for Natasha would be to become a famous artist to give the world joy and delight through her art.
We asked Natasha to introduce herself:
My name is Natasha. I live on the east coast of the United States in Connecticut. I have been an artist for as long as I can remember, but I got into woodburning art specifically in 2018. I loved the way I could take my art off the paper and turn it into a piece that has so much texture. I love to make my creations pop with a lot of paint, too. My latest achievement was having one of my works chosen to be in a woodburning calendar, featured for the month of August 2020. I am still amazed that so many people around the world have my creations in their homes! That brings me the greatest joy.
First on our list of artist interview questions is the question of influence, of course:
The strongest artistic influence I had growing up was all the art classes I took in school. I had art classes until my senior year of high school. I also went to drawing and pottery camps during the summer.
My advice to a beginner artist would be to just create what you want. There’s an audience for everything. Someone out there will have an eye for your work and love what you do.
The piece I’m most proud of is a mushroom woodburning. That piece was the one that made its way into the woodburning calendar and has been featured on popular artists feeds.
I would never draw a portrait of someone. Realism isn’t my strong suit.
Then we asked the most interesting and original question of all, a question for true creative thinking and resourcefulness:
My main hobby is woodburningmy drawings onto wood for a textured more permanent look.
My craziest dream would be to be a successful, well known artist. I would love for people to see a picture of my work and automatically know it’s mine. I would love to do more classesin person on a regular basis.
I have way too many tools for my trade to count them all! I have boxes upon boxes of supplies.
Last but not least, we prepared for her some questions about art in general:
Right now I really love all the magical works of @dreamymoons on Instagram. Her work is well know and has even been seen by celebrities. Her creativity is endless!
My favorite Artistro markers are the special colors package. I love the light turquoise color — I use it all the time!
Now imagine for a second that you interviewed Natasha. What would your list ofquestions to ask artists look like?
Without a doubt, this was the most amazing out of all the artist interviews we have done, because it was the first time we had the chance to speak with a woodburning master. We were delighted by this conversation with Natasha, and hope you feel the same way.
Don't be shy to visit her Instagram account @_burnin_vibes_ to enjoy her amazing work!
Max is a professional illustrator and a big fan of Victo Nagi's talent. Before finding his own style, he experimented with different techniques, from collage to acrylic strings. Max loves challenging projects and a bright palette, he prefers to do illustrations for fiction books.
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