Mes amies, les muses, 40" x 30", Acrylic on Paper, 2018    Born in Russia to a Russian-Ukrainian family, artist Natalie Wiswell absorbed the spirit of nature and the multicultural environment she was surrounded by. Growing up Natalie was heavily influenced by her spiritual grandmother and from her parents who were mathematicians and always looked for answers beyond the visible reality. Her first exposure to art was observing the orthodox icons on the wall of her grandmother's bedroom, where she slept as her grandmother prayed. Bright colours and patterns of traditional Ukrainian and Russian clothes, illustrations and objects also fascinated her as a child. She currently lives in Bali, Indonesia with her husband and two kids.  Click link  here  to read Natalie Wiswell’s interview.
       
     
 Family Meditation, 30" x 40", Acrylic on Paper, 2018
       
     
 Mes amies, les muses, 40" x 30", Acrylic on Paper, 2018    Born in Russia to a Russian-Ukrainian family, artist Natalie Wiswell absorbed the spirit of nature and the multicultural environment she was surrounded by. Growing up Natalie was heavily influenced by her spiritual grandmother and from her parents who were mathematicians and always looked for answers beyond the visible reality. Her first exposure to art was observing the orthodox icons on the wall of her grandmother's bedroom, where she slept as her grandmother prayed. Bright colours and patterns of traditional Ukrainian and Russian clothes, illustrations and objects also fascinated her as a child. She currently lives in Bali, Indonesia with her husband and two kids.  Click link  here  to read Natalie Wiswell’s interview.
       
     

Mes amies, les muses, 40" x 30", Acrylic on Paper, 2018

Born in Russia to a Russian-Ukrainian family, artist Natalie Wiswell absorbed the spirit of nature and the multicultural environment she was surrounded by. Growing up Natalie was heavily influenced by her spiritual grandmother and from her parents who were mathematicians and always looked for answers beyond the visible reality. Her first exposure to art was observing the orthodox icons on the wall of her grandmother's bedroom, where she slept as her grandmother prayed. Bright colours and patterns of traditional Ukrainian and Russian clothes, illustrations and objects also fascinated her as a child. She currently lives in Bali, Indonesia with her husband and two kids.

Click link here to read Natalie Wiswell’s interview.

 Family Meditation, 30" x 40", Acrylic on Paper, 2018
       
     

Family Meditation, 30" x 40", Acrylic on Paper, 2018