In the making: Natalie

In the making is a series in which I explore an artist’s dynamic in their own space, including photos of their work and self reflections.

Natalie – Prague, Czech Republic

“I tend to forget the revelatory fact that life can’t be taken seriously

(if you don’t want to worry about meaning)”

nat1

“Can’t say I feel comfortable identifying as an artist, one goes through phases of motivation for days to no desire to create at all to snippets of creation that in the end may not even feel true. Still, cultivating that sense of art is work, it’s what brings the most joy, satisfaction, it’s a craft I can’t put off on days where I feel like disappearing it’s something that keeps me grounded. brings me guilt when I don’t paint or draw or photograph an excruciatingly basic vegetable scene.

Spent so much time unsure about what I stand for, what I want to share, have to share, wasted time is a burden to carry.”

nat2

nat3

nat4

“NOTHING LOOKS GOOD OR FEELS GOOD

except maybe a few honest words

in UPPERCASE.”

nat5

nat6

“You made females a sexual object and I felt discomfort”

nat7

“Even when you think you know, you don’t know it all. Just know there is always something to shift to see to feel to be.”

nat8

“Why am i not comfortable with who i am even though i know i’m always changing i’m scared for people seeing the process like when you’re in the middle of a painting and it’s in a funny looking stage so you’d rather just paint in private”

nat9

nat10

“ONE DAY: I’ll live in a house by the ocean”

natend

Natalie’s instagram


In the making is a series in which I explore an artist’s dynamic in their own space, including photos of their work and self reflections.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s