Kaiser Permanenterecently purchased two more of my artworks!
Kaiser Permanente is the largest managed healthcare organization in the United States. With the knowledge that art heals, Kaiser Permanente owns an impressive collection of artworks, and I am honored to have my work in their collection. Kaiser Permanente now owns nine of my artworks, which are located at six different facilities in California.
Below are the two latest purchases.
Utopia Artwork by Natasha Bacca LightJet Print 24″ x 60″ (3 24″ x 20″ panels) Collection of Kaiser Permanente Dublin, CA
Love Birds Searching Artwork by Natasha Bacca LightJet Print 24″ x 60″ (3 24″ x 20″ panels) Collection of Kaiser Permanente Dublin, CA
As an artist I use nature-inspired artworks to bring beauty into this world, to heal myself and to inspire others to heal themselves. I choose nature because all elements of nature are unique. With no two trees, flowers or other natural elements being exactly alike I bring to light the intricate textures and details of my subjects. I use the notion of exceptional nature as a mirror of exceptional human nature, using nature as a catalyst to explore concepts of life and health. I frequently use multiple-panels as views alluding to the interconnectedness of all life on our planet. I use trees and flowers as peaceful symbols of life. Trees and flowers illustrate the passage of time and growth, taking on the appearance of decay in the winter and sprouting anew with the return of spring. In this way my artwork is an inspirational symbol of resurrection and healing. Nature exhibits a transitory beauty, an ephemeral symbol of the cycle of life, reminding viewers that life is meaningful and sacred.