Natasha Abbadi is a Serbian-Jordianian contemporary artist (Born 1982) who currently lives and practices her craft in Novi Sad, Serbia. She grew up in Jordan and studied computer science. Her mathematical background informs her art through her use of precise colors and geometric shapes. She believes that science, technology, and art have always been linked and all need to feed on imagination, creativity, and innovation. Her artistic mentor, currently, is the Artist Ronnie Landfield who she has been studding with at the Art Student League of New York. Her work can be found in private collections in Europe. ARTIST STATEMENT: Isn’t it interesting how the most amazing things are infinite? The universe, numbers, and color. Through my art I invite the viewer to come on a journey with me, to explore imaginary landscapes, some of which are possible and others that are probably impossible, we go on hicks, walks, and climb some stairs and objects. We can tease gravity if we wish, stand on the edge of high cliff, or sit alone in an empty ancient amphitheatre. I would say that those are emotional journeys, expressions of life experiences, moments of calmness, tension, risks, fears, adventures, liberation, love, nostalgia, and many other complex emotions. I aim to express fundamental human nature and the pure emotions that often become obscured by the noise of our everyday lives. Some people describe my work as surreal, abstract, geometric, and architectural. In Art like in Life, I do not think that I necessarily need to fit into one category.