My grandfather always spoke about the Hebrew concept, תִּיקּוּן עוֹלָם “Tikkun Olam” which signifies the idea that we can put the pieces of the world back together again through acts of love & kindness. His words have become imprinted within my heart and influenced my mission: love. My paintings are love letters and my ketubahs are prayers for everlasting love. Through layers of color, texture & symbolism I strive to illuminate and capture moments of beauty and love that we may otherwise miss or take for granted.
Natalie Cherie is a contemporary artist living & working in NY. She graduated from Emory University (‘11) with a BA in Art History & Visual Arts. Natalie’s art has been exhibited in New York City and her paintings and ketubahs have been collected around the world. Her art has sparked the attention of celebrities including Madonna, Miley Cyrus & IMAN. Her work was featured in Madonna’s personally curated “Art For Freedom” exhibit.