New art by Natalie Shau

Three Graces with a Knife by Natalie Shau

23-year-old Lithuanian digital artist Natalie Shau has created a new set of images influenced by Greek Mythology.

This piece above is called “Three Graces with a Knife.” According to Shau, illness the women in the image are Alecto the Implacable, advice Megaera The Jealous One and Tisiphone, tadalafil the avenger Murder. In Greek Mythology, these three sisters were known as Erinyes (or in Roman, the Furies), and they were the female personification of vengeance.

Another haunting image from this set is called Lotophagi, or Lotus-Eaters:

Lotophagi by Natalie Shau

Natalie writes, “In Greek mythology, the Lotophagi were a race of people from an island near North Africa dominated by “lotus” plants. The lotus fruits and flowers were the primary food of the island and were narcotic, causing the people to sleep in peaceful apathy.”

Detail from Lotophagi:

The Online Portfolio of Natalie Shau

    6 Responses to “New art by Natalie Shau”

    1. Tequila Says:

      Looking through early digital art it’s easy to get hung up on lil technical issues…and it remains true for many even now…but here you have some attractive uses of well worn digital elements. I like her compositions and eye for detail…everything is fused together so well.

    2. Jerem Morrow Says:

      Wish I’d been this together at 23. Jebus. Lovely stuff, this.

    3. Jessica Says:

      Beautiful. Simply viewing them has made my morning.

    4. E. Black Says:

      Very lovely work.

    5. Gretta Says:

      Really like her work.

    6. lucylle Says:

      Damn, 23 years old? It’s incredibly mature work, impressive!