Natalia Stanfield is an Argentinian painter.
She was born in a family of musicians and music lovers in Bell Ville (Cordoba), Argentina. Her artistic journey began during her childhood and adolescence, as she won prizes, drawing and painting competitions, and started studying piano and musical notation at the age of ten.
She is graduated as a teacher of Plastic Arts from the Polyvalent Art Center in Bell Ville.
At the age of 20, she travelled in Spain due to the financial crisis in Argentina and decided to live on Ibiza Island where she found inspiration to go on with her artistic life.
During this time, she worked in a ceramic workshop and for designer Charo Ruiz, devoting herself to drawing and fabric painting.
In 2004, she held her first exhibition in Ibiza. She began her “moon” period, expressing her emotional potential where the moon, sensuality and delicacy prevail.
The same year, she travelled to Brussels, Belgium where she decided to live. Later, she held two exhibitions in the city. Her style changed from figurative to abstract and involved searching for mixed techniques, while still expressing emotions in her paintings.
Since 2010, she has worked on her project “Made in Argentina” where she depicts the culture of her native country through her paintings. This project was created as a way to get closer to her roots, her beloved Argentina, the country of tango and its folklore that is so representative of it.