"Natasha Shoro's art is about Identity. Raised and traveled in several cultures, she sifts through her various aesthetics to come up with an art form that best describes her search as a modern woman, largely American and Pakistani. Constructing layer upon layer of beautifully hand painted wall hangings of primed and unprimed textile, Shoro sculpts delicate fabrics that catch the light and casts shadows, shimmers, and slowly move in a sensual dance, accompanied by the rhythms of jewels and sparkling trinkets. Reminiscent of Indian saris and Eastern Femininity her art emerges solely from her own unique being and not from any particular art movement. In her special way, Shoro shows us that we each have our own identity, formed from our sensitivity to our individual human gifts."
- Dr. Roberta Carasso, Ph.D. July 2007
"Natasha Shoro creates visual poems that consist of richly layered textured surfaces with delicate drawn lines. The result is at once engaging and calming."
Mike McGee, Professor, Art History, CSU Fullerton
"Her art embraces both realistic and abstract form in a wide variety of media... She constantly pushes herself to tackle new projects and media."
Dr. Joanna Roche, Professor of Art History, CSU Fullerton
Anushe Shoro, NATASHA SHORO The Essence of Being, a 250-page book, May 2018 - available for purchase mid June 2018
Suzy Casey, Rita Goldberg, Karin Schnell, The Art Lover’s Cookbook, 2010
Shamim Akhter, Daily News, January, 2006
Sabahat Muhammed, Newsline, January, 2006
Marjorie Hussain, ‘Identifying the Identity’, Dawn Gallery, December 31, 2005
Peggy Blizzard, ‘Natasha Shoro’s Work is a Clash of Identities’, Irvine World News, July 18, 2002, p. B3.
Mehreen Elahi, ‘Art World 1997’, Woman’s Own, 1998, p. 41.
Lena Moosa, ‘A Festival of Color’, Newsline, January 1998, p. 94.
Sultan Ahmed, Dawn Tuesday Review, June 9-15, 1992, p. 23.