Fine artist based in Sydney, Australia. Specialise in realistic still life, flowers and animal painting.
Art works: 36
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Born in Thailand, Natasha Junmanee is a fine art painter based in Sydney, Australia. She finished the Advanced Diploma of Visual Arts from Meadowbank college of TAFE and undertook Ancient Painting Technique (Egg Tempera) course at Academia D’Arte in Florence, Italy. She is now studying a Bachelor Degree of Visual Arts (Fine Arts) at Federation University.
Natasha’s works explore the beauty of still life from everyday objects and things around her that she sees in her daily life. She is inspired by the work of the old masters especially the Dutch still life school. She often incorporates subjects that have symbolic meaning attached to them, aiming to tell stories and provoke the thoughts of the viewers. Natasha’s painting style is realism. She uses a combination of painterly and smooth brush stroke to achieve a realistic appearance for her works. She paints predominantly in oil, but also works in acrylics, pastel and watercolour.
She is a finalist for the Blacktown City Art Prize, Hunters Hill Art Exhibition, The Fisher’s Ghost Art Award, City of Ryde Woman Art Prize, St George Art Award and Hornsby Art Prize. She won 2nd prize in Still life competition of The Australian Artist Magazine and 2nd prize and commended from the Parramatta Art Award.