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Since I was a kid, I've seen the world through a different lens. I’ve been
told I was nuts. Now I'm making a life through this way of seeing, and suddenly, I
In reality, I think it's somewhere in-between.
Life is not a glass half-full or half-empty; most of us are using the wrong
sized glass! We have to remake our “container” to best fit our life.
My goal is to let the camera show what my eye sees and my mind believes,
sharing a glimpse of the container I’ve tried to make.
Enjoy envisioning this process together with me. Let me hear what you feel in
Many photos are for sale. Click the "BUY" link for details. I am available for
a wide variety of shoots. Send an email and we can talk about your project.
Hello, I Natasha Len was born in South Africa in 1971. I have always felt connected to art and nature, even as a child growing up in Johannesburg. My first art competition was won in the city centre at the age of eight with a picture depicting animal conservation in Africa. From then on, I continued my art studies throughout school, and finally received my Diploma in Fine Arts at the Witwatersrand Technikon in Johannesburg after 3 years of study under some of South Africa’s most inspiring artists and lecturers. This culminated in an exhibition at the Market Theatre where I sold a few of my first works.
It was at this time, that I began to blossom in my religion as a Jew, and I saw so many parallels between the art world and the religious world that my eyes were opened to the wondrous possibilities of a life full of both religion and art.
To this day, I have no greater pleasure than sitting down with my children and teaching them about life through creating artworks that help them express themselves in positive ways.
My work expresses my inspirations and feelings about the world around me, and art enables me to see the world positively and appreciate its fine details.
I feel it appropriate to quote a saying from F.W. Watts. “In all true art there is a vital underlying thought, and artists have accordingly been amongst the great thinkers of man-kind.” And the quote continues “As an eminent painter once expressed, “my intention has not been so much as to paint pictures that will charm the eye, but rather to suggest great thoughts that will appeal to the imagination and the heart and kindle all that is best and noblest in humanity. For Jewish Art speaks as great poetry, sometimes demanding noble aspirations, and warning us against deep lapses in morals and duties as once our Hebrew Prophets had spoken.”
Natasha Len is a wife and a mother of eight children who currently lives and paints in the Golan Heights, in Katzrin, Israel, and has been actively pursuing her love of art and family.
She enjoys using acrylic, charcoal and silk-screening.
Her works have graced many homes in many cities in the USA, South Africa, England and Israel.