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This is a recent portrait of Goreng Goreng artist Rachel Sarra. Rachel’s style is feminine and engaging, strongly drawn from her heritage and representative of her role as a modern aboriginal woman. Rachael’s playful yet meaningful artwork can be seen all around Brisbane, including on buses as well as a current mural at QPAC. In this work, I pay tribute to this articulate artist with her distinctively bright palette, and her distinctive style and voice.

This work is a part of Natasha’s current body of work, entitled ‘The Human Horizon’. As an artist, Natasha is deeply intrigued by the philosophical and the metaphysical, so while her work is generally realistic, and in some cases, narrative, it is also symbolic. As an environmentalist, Natasha feels a deep emotional connection the landscape around her. In her latest series, she asks the question – Where do we end, and where does our environment begin? Are we in fact one and the same?

Stories in Pink

Natasha Zraikat

AUD$490
Size: 40w x 40h x 3d cms
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Oil on round wooden board

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Additional Information

This is a recent portrait of Goreng Goreng artist Rachel Sarra. Rachel’s style is feminine and engaging, strongly drawn from her heritage and representative of her role as a modern aboriginal woman. Rachael’s playful yet meaningful artwork can be seen all around Brisbane, including on buses as well as a current mural at QPAC. In this work, I pay tribute to this articulate artist with her distinctively bright palette, and her distinctive style and voice.

This work is a part of Natasha’s current body of work, entitled ‘The Human Horizon’. As an artist, Natasha is deeply intrigued by the philosophical and the metaphysical, so while her work is generally realistic, and in some cases, narrative, it is also symbolic. As an environmentalist, Natasha feels a deep emotional connection the landscape around her. In her latest series, she asks the question – Where do we end, and where does our environment begin? Are we in fact one and the same?