After graduating from Philadelphia College of Art, painter Natasha Harsh moved to New York City. It was in her first studio, overlooking Union Square, that she became intrigued by the organized chaos of fruit and vegetables for sale below in the bustling GreenMarket. Natasha began to create an ever-evolving series of oils, watercolors, and etchings to evoke the abstract qualities she saw in the piles of produce. 'I'm interested in imbuing my subjects with an intrinsic energy and individual personality, which will stir the viewer's imagination.'
Natasha's work has been featured in the New York Times, Brooklyn Magazine, Food Arts, Art Business News, Best of New York Artists and Artisans 2005. Her aquatints, with an article describing the intaglio process, comprised a special insert in the Sunday Edition of the Dunklin Democrat published in Kennet.MI