How Natasha Kohli Become a Best Artist?

by Natasha Kohli Indian Artist

Anyone who creates art can call themselves an artist but a great artist is someone who can turn its thoughts and energy into something beautiful. They use it to fuel their creativity and create work that resonates with others. Anyone can be an artist, but a great artist can be recognized by the way they can make others feel.

Born into a family of farmers, Natasha’s grandparents migrated from Lahore, Pakistan in 1947 and her early childhood has tales of the partition, the sufferings, and divisive consequences of conflict and exile. Somehow, this imbibed in her and she started reflecting on this through her art in early childhood. The paintings were definitely not perfect but they portrayed Natasha’s efforts of portraying perfection.

Natash Kohli is concerned with human perception and is motivated in shaping the desire to be free from boundaries into arbitrary categories and systems. Her work with still and video art seeks to emancipate knowledge and stimulate flows of information across time and communities, which may operate across borders.

While she is a successful artist now, Natasha never forgot to give back to society and impart her knowledge and art to the underserved. Natasha has developed her own space of abstract art practice at KHUSHI foundation to teach abstract art to children. Alongside, she owns KHUSHI studios, where she runs seminars, workshops, art classes for the underprivileged and kids with special needs.  Natasha has also raised funding for the development of a pilot national network for the arts based on the KHUSHI model.

Natasha is renowned for endlessly reinventing herself. The inspiration may be same but the different art forms are what make her versatile. Her art forms look so radically different that her life's work seems to be the product of five or six great artists rather than just one.

Natasha draws inspiration from different textures, colors, and the emotions depicted by them. Having traveled extensively across the world and has worked with various artists, she has developed a deep sensibility in creating patterns inspired by different cultures and traditions. Lately, she has successfully been creating a fusion of different art forms with her existing art forms and appealing to a new audience segment.

She also teaches Advanced Abstract contemporary art to the graduate students at the reputed National Institute of Design in India as a visiting faculty. In addition to regular classes, she conducts a unique 360-degree workshop with students where not only she teaches and but even listens to their inspirations and stories and absorbs them. Natasha has reiterated several times in her interviews that here students are the major source of her inspiration.

Spending time in one’s own head is important. When Natasha was a little girl, she used to go to the temple every day. She would sit there for an hour and tune in to her own thoughts. She still does that now and often scribbles down fragments that later act like trigger points for her art.

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About Natasha Kohli Junior   Indian Artist

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