March the 8th is International Women’s Day, a day to celebrate and highlight the valuable contributions women make to our world. One day is not enough, so this is part of a month-long series of posts celebrating female artists.
Today’s feature artist is Natasha Hall, a visual artist from Melbourne who is at that incredibly exciting time of her career where she finally feels like she is creating a visual language that reflects who she is. (So jealous right now. Will we ever join her?!)
1. What art do you make?
I am an assemblage visual artist who lives in Greensborough, Victoria. I am currently exploring childhood and the natural world through collage, found objects and photography. I love using photography to capture the beauty and people in everyday surroundings. When I have chosen a photograph to work with, I use found objects (most often natural) and images (most often those that remind me of childhood memories) to create stories or alternate worlds.