Welded steel, copper and stone - 7 x 7cm
Welded steel, stained glass and pebbles
From the 'Pieces' series
Cyanotype and acrylic paint - 10 x 10cm
BA Degree show exhibit - detail
Muslin, tissue, cyanotype and papier mache - 120 x 120cm
MA Work Beginning I and II
Acrylic paint, beads, mosaic, muslin and PVA on MDF - 25 x 25cm
MA Work - Shiny
Muslin, tissue, beads and mosaic
MA work material - detail
Collage - muslin, tissue and acrylic paint
Acrylic paint, tissue and leaves - 69 x 59cm
Natasha Day was chosen as one of the group’s licentiate members after the online NUA degree showcase in the summer of 2021, for a two year time period, until 2023.
Her work Blind Spot was seen in the group’s recent exhibition, Horizon, at the Hostry, Norwich Cathedral.
Making an object or piece of art is most often begun by an attraction to a certain material. The theme, preoccupation or concept follows as I work.
I use mediums that can take a certain amount of melding and evolution such as the cyanotype process, papier mache, collage, metal, mosaic, glass and paint for example. I prefer to be free to make whatever I want without being tied to a subject matter or method often using several materials and themes together.
I always hope for texture and beauty to be present and to entice the viewer to enjoy the sensual act of looking at the finished result.