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Natasha Jade is available to work on a commission basis. She strives to create art that is perfectly suited to you and your space. Her work varies in size from large, vibrant paintings to intricate watercolours.

She specialises in creating paintings of a specific area for corporate and residential clients. On request, she can incorporate materials of your choice into a painting. Past clients include leading London law firms and offices as well as the Senior International Director of Christies.

To see Natasha’s commission price list and to find out more please email her at

Corporate Case Study – Eden Harper Estate Agents 


Eden Harper, an estate agency in Brixton, first heard about Natasha just as the premises were about to be refurbished. They liked the idea of having unique artwork on their walls that represented the local area.

Initial Consultation

Ajaye (the director at Eden Harper) loved the ideas Natasha had in the initial meeting, where they discussed desired colours and sizes. He found Natasha to be “very helpful, providing great ideas that sounded perfect for the space”.

As an independent business, they wanted to step away from the normal corporate style and make a statement with paintings by a local London artist – incorporating aspects of the vibrant Brixton area, such as the windmill and Brixton’s green parks.

The Project

For this project, Natasha suggested two large, mixed media paintings for the main office in the diptych style and three small watercolours of Brixton for Ajaye’s private office.

They also commissioned a watercolour featuring the office and their local café as a gift for a loyal colleague moving to Portugal. The colleague and his wife adored it.

The process took 3 months from meeting, to concept stage, to delivery.


Ajaye describes the diptych piece as Brixton on a sunny afternoon. He believes it helps create a good mood within the office, reflecting positive energy and making the room feel more spacious. The painting has become a focal point in the office, with clients often commenting on the vibrant colours and asking about the artist.

“From start to finish, Natasha’s character shone through from helping to decide which paintings we wanted, to pinning them up on the wall. If you are looking for something individual and unique, then you have my referral.”  – Ajaye Gopal

Residential Case Study – In a Tuscan Village


Laura is a young professional who lives in a very trendy part of town called Tottenham Hale. She commissioned a painting in September 2015 for her first property after she became familiar with Natasha’s work on Facebook. She fell in love with her style and found Natasha’s work extremely beautiful.

Initial Consultation

Natasha arranged a meeting to view Laura’s new home, which was very much a blank canvas at that stage. She recommended that the painting should be hung in the living room, which had the appropriate wall space and lighting for the intended piece.

Natasha carefully assessed the angles at which light entered the room, the intended positioning of the painting and the intended style of furniture. This was important when conceiving the size of the painting and its colour and texture. Laura wanted to design the rest of the room around the painting, so the colours she and Natasha chose affected Laura’s choice of furniture.


In her original brief, Laura had specified that she wanted a painting of a place close to Natasha’s heart. She stressed the importance of the artist’s role in conceiving a setting for a painting and said that she admired Natasha’s gift to bring in an emotional dimension to her art.

The painting was inspired by a beautiful Tuscan village where Natasha spent her childhood summers. The colours give a sense of energy and the painting has become a great talking point for guests!

The Finished Piece

The painting was ready three weeks after their initial meeting and was delivered on the day Laura moved in. Not only does Laura have a unique piece, but she also feels informed about the ideas underpinning it. This was important to Laura as she desired a piece of art with a strong emotional connection.

“If you like Natasha’s strong style, then you will love what she creates for you.”
~ Laura Solomons

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