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  • Snow Leopard
Chalk and Graphite on Paper
27.5" x 19.5" 

    Snow Leopard

    Chalk and Graphite on Paper
    27.5" x 19.5"
  • Breathless
Oil on Canvas
30" x 30" 

    Breathless

    Oil on Canvas
    30" x 30"
  • Burnt Orange
Pastel on Paper
24" x 26" 

    Burnt Orange

    Pastel on Paper
    24" x 26"
  • Blue Haze
Pastel on Paper
24" x 26" 

    Blue Haze

    Pastel on Paper
    24" x 26"
  • Lion
Chalk and Graphite on Paper
27" x 19.5" 

    Lion

    Chalk and Graphite on Paper
    27" x 19.5"
  • Mt. Cook
Pastel on Paper
23" x 23" 

    Mt. Cook

    Pastel on Paper
    23" x 23"
  • Days Gone By
Pastel on Paper
23" x 23" 

    Days Gone By

    Pastel on Paper
    23" x 23"
  • Wild Nights
Pastel on Paper
24" x 26" 

    Wild Nights

    Pastel on Paper
    24" x 26"
  • High Country
Pastel on Paper
23" x 23" 

    High Country

    Pastel on Paper
    23" x 23"
  • Setting Skies
Pastel on Paper
24" x 26" 

    Setting Skies

    Pastel on Paper
    24" x 26"
  • Forgotten Forest
Oil on Canvas
30" x 30" 

    Forgotten Forest

    Oil on Canvas
    30" x 30"
  • Opaque Waters
Oil on Canvas
30" x 30" 

    Opaque Waters

    Oil on Canvas
    30" x 30"
  • Turn A Leaf
Oil on Canvas
30" x 30" 

    Turn A Leaf

    Oil on Canvas
    30" x 30"
  • Veins Of The World
Oil on Canvas
30" x 30" 

    Veins Of The World

    Oil on Canvas
    30" x 30"
Natalia Chaplin

NATALIA CHAPLIN


Natalia Chaplin has not been scheduled to exhibit yet.
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For artist Natalia Chaplin, no medium is off-limits when she creates. Oil, watercolor, ink, soft pastel, graphite, charcoal, and acrylic are part of her repertoire to completing stunning portraits and colorful, often textured, compositions. The diverse subjects she captures are born out of a variety of everyday experiences; a piece of music that stirs something deep within or a jarring news article, a work of literature that can change the perception of things or even intrigue that she finds in nature, have all influenced her creative process.

With inspirations such as Paul Delaroche, Jason Brooks, Ansel Adams, and Marilyn Minter, Chaplin often blurs the boundaries between art and photography, realism and abstraction. “I like to think of my approach and process as one that is constantly in flux and evolves with wherever a certain body of work or lone idea may take me,” acknowledges Chaplin. Her passion for the arts, which has been passed down through generations, coupled with her life-experience, is reflected in the pieces of art she creates.



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