Natasha Wescoat is a professional artist from Michigan. She comes from a family of artists including Georgia O’Keefe. Since the launch of her career, Natasha has sold more than one thousand original works to corporate and private collections worldwide. She has been a full time acrylic painter after the birth of her second child in 2004. Natasha’s is the subject of art education throughout the world from Kindergarten level to University level. Her art has been featured in Hollywood films like “Marley & Me”, ABC’s Extreme Makeover and sitcom’s “The Middle.” Her career story has been referenced to in Wall Street Journal Bestselling book “Crush It”, the New York Times and The Professional Artist magazine. It has also been referenced to in WCMU’s Michigan Documentary “One Person, One Idea.”
Natasha has published several e-courses and books to help equip and educate other Artists to pursue their dreams. She does this because of her success and desire to give back to the society. She regularly exhibits her work in galleries across the country and the world, having shown everywhere from popular west coast galleries such as 111 Minna gallery, Thinkspace to prestigious venues like the Ritz-Carlton. She has also been a guest artist/speaker at national events such as Thriving Artist Summit SXSW Interactive and TEDxDetroit. She is also a regularly exhibited fantasy artist and is ambitious in all of her creative ventures, as and the author of her first children’s book, The Not-So-Wicked Witch and Charlotte Lively, she cites influences by Vincent Van Gogh, Gustav Klimt and Takashi Murakami, a Japanese artist.