Strong, moody, sensitive and light-filled, are adjectives often used to describe the work of Natasha Isenhour. Painting in both oil and pastel, she is known for her striking still life paintings and atmospheric, representational landscapes. Natasha paints full-time on location and in her studio in New Mexico, and lives only minutes from Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge, where she finds limitless inspiration. Her style explores local color while incorporating a slight contemporary edge, allowing her mark-making to control the impressions of mass and delicacy.
Isenhour is a Signature member and past President of the Pastel Society of New Mexico, current Vice President of Plein Air Painters of New Mexico and is an Associate Member with Distinction of American Women Artists. She served as awards juror for the Richeson 75, Birds and Wildlife in Art, as well as juror for the Pastel Society of the West Coast's, 2018 Pastels USA 32nd Annual International Open Exhibition. Isenhour has been featured in numerous solo gallery and museum shows as well as group shows throughout the US and abroad.
Isenhour participates in numerous plein air events throughout the year and has garnered extensive recognition and numerous awards along the way. Natasha also teaches workshops for organizations and art societies and is invited to demonstrate regularly.