Nataasha Thwin

Nataasha Thwin

Stand: Z16
  • | Solo Artist
Nataasha Thwin
Nataasha is an Artist /Fashion Designer from Singapore since 2004 ,currently in myanmar. She is well known as the First Female Creative Artist for Tissue Arts and Paintings in Singapore and Myanmar.
45/C, Masoeyain Kyaung Street, Lane 1
9 miles, Mayangone TS
Yangon
Myanmar
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  • The central building

    Nataasha Thwin
    The Central Building was buit around one century ago which was built by English Army while burmese are colonised. The building is one of the historical heritage building. In history, General Aung San ...
  • Waiting

    Nataasha Thwin
    Nataasha is a one of famous script writer. The 'waiting is short flim' that Nataasha wrote the script of the flim. Its reveal that the boy in the painting is lost his memory and he can't remember his ...
  • This is one of the colonial building in Singapore while Singapore have alot of morden buildings. Alkaff Mansion is quite far and people were rarely visting there. While nataasha was studying in Singap ...
  • The Tharaba gate

    Nataasha Thwin
    Nataasha favbarite is the antique theme. She paintied the entrance gate of Bagan palace by the time of burmese king was ruling. So many foreigners were visting to that gate. The gate was built last 5 ...
  • Princess and the harp

    Nataasha Thwin
    Acrylic on Tissue
  • The dancing slave

    Nataasha Thwin
    Nataasha learning about Myanmar history and sometimes revealing the partiacal of the historical moment as painting. The last king of burma King ThiBaw was married to the famous and daring Queen Suphay ...
  • The mysterious Innwa

    Nataasha Thwin
    Acrylic on Tissue
  • The lane

    Nataasha Thwin
    Nataasha's one of the hobby is travelling. The place is at the city of perth in Australia. It was remarkable memory of beautiful, clam and sorrowness lane to become alive. Nataasha used monochrome col ...
  • The door

    Nataasha Thwin
    Inspiration from ancient historical building with acrylic paints on tissue.

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