Natasha Saba is an Australian visual artist with a special interest in contemporary abstract painting. Inspired by her surroundings, Natasha's work is un-calculated, allowing the freedom of movement to dictate her direction and then working intuitively with the paint as it moves and reacts with itself across the canvas.
With an animator/artist for a father, Natasha was working with inks, acrylics, oil pastels and clay from a very young age. Needless to say, her curiosity and thirst for creativity, started young and stayed with her.
Natasha had some formal training in Fine Art at Griffith university, but opted out early, choosing to spend her earlier twenties travelling instead. Natasha found work in the Australian Fashion Photography Industry and then eventually, the Australian Film and Television Industry, where she had the opportunity to work with and learn from some of the best creative minds in Sydney and also LA. With a desire to express herself visually, Natasha dedicated herself to studies in photography and design at ACP in Sydney and then at CATC in Melbourne. She has been working as a freelance creative ever since.
Design, illustration, photography and the moving image has been Natasha's training and eventually it all lead her straight back to where she first started - her true passion; painting.
Natasha now has a dedicated painting practice that continues to evolve every day. Her work is an exploration of the intuition, with colour, movement, texture, action and reaction driving her work.
Natasha lives with her husband Jack Carty in Sydney, where they both work from their home studio.
For more of Natasha’s work, visit her Instagram page here.