Horizon is artist Natasha Lalla’s sixth Solo Exhibition. Painting since the last 12 years, she has developed a distinct style of her own, which involves painting using her fingers without ever owning a paintbrush. She uses vivid colours to create stunning abstract works that come from deep within her & unleash a host of creative & universal energies that reflect her spirituality.
This series titled ‘Horizon’, includes striking paintings that transport the viewer to a space that is vast and unlimited, as far as the imagination can go. Here, one’s perspective and perception shapes their reality. The more one expands their horizon, the better their understanding of life and the little things.
“This contemporary abstract collection is fluid and has intensity. The hues and tones would complement many spaces. Natasha’s works are vibrant yet have a calming effect on the space they are in.” — Jalpa H Vithalani, Creative Head & Director, Cosmic Heart Gallery
How far would you like to go?
How much would you like to widen your vision and understanding?
Natasha’s art helps one make this journey and experience a larger, more colourful take on life! In words of Ralph Waldo Emerson – The health of the eye seems to demand a horizon. We are never tired, so long as we can see far enough.
Many traditions and cultures, such as Chinese, Ayurvedic, Theosophist and ancient Greek and Egyptians believe in the healing power of colours, based on the impact their vibrations have on the body & mind. Kandinsky, one of the first abstract painters, was keenly interested in colour in art and developed many theories on the properties of colour in art and how they are best used.
Natasha’s use of colour and her unique style of painting is unmatched. She has a deep understanding of how colours impact one’s overall sense of well-being.
“Colours have healing properties and the method of treatment that uses the visible spectrum of electromagnetic radiation to cure diseases is called chromo therapy. A centuries-old concept used successfully over the years. For me painting is a form of artistic meditation. I feel it is important for people to see the artist through the works.” — Natasha Lalla