I am very excited to announce a new collection of paintings, inspired by Norfolk wildlife and faithful companions on blissful coastal walks. These paintings have been commissioned by a public house that is undergoing a refurbishment. More news on this in due course. In the meantime, follow @natalieknowlesart on Instagram for daily updates.
It's Alice in a Winter Wonderland. I am delighted to reveal my 2018 Christmas card. It has been an incredible year for Natalie Knowles Art. I joined the Association of Illustrators and got a listing on the Directory of Illustration and Women Who Draw. In February, I exhibited illustrations in Shoreditch as part of the … Continue reading Christmassier and Christmassier!
I am delighted to have had an article about my creative process published in the What You Are Working On section of The Creative Chronicle website. The article follows via this link.
A huge thank you to everyone who has supported The Portraits exhibition at Anteros Arts Foundation. It's late on Thursday night but I just wanted to post some photos from this evening. I have been overwhelmed by the comments and the amount of friends, family, artists and fellow creatives who braved the torrential rain to … Continue reading The Portraits exhibition private view
The Portraits by Natalie Knowles will be on exhibition at Anteros Arts Foundation in Norwich from Tuesday 7th August until 23rd August. After 17 years, it is the first time the portraits will be exhibited together in their entirety. The private view is Thursday 9th August, 6pm - 8pm. For more information about the portraits … Continue reading EXHIBITION 2018 opens tomorrow!
I am delighted to reveal the cover design that I have just completed for Victoria's Lost Children. This is a children's book, written by Dr Stephen Curran. The book is a collection of seven short stories based on the lives of children in the Victorian era. I have completed illustrations for each of the 10,000-12,000 word … Continue reading Cover design for Victoria’s Lost Children
Last February I was extremely privileged to visit the National Art Library at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. I was sat at a huge oak desk with fancy lights and cushioned mats on which to rest the most fragile of tomes. There were two storeys of books all around me and a hushed … Continue reading Alice in Wonderland inspired character illustrations