Dot-Paintings & DotArt

For a few years back I Discovered the art of painting with dots!

When I dropped my first dot!

I realized..

This I wanna do for the rest of my life!

Dot-paintings originates from the aboriginal species

  From the time of white settlement when they feared non-Indigenous people

could understand the secret knowledge held by the Aboriginal people.

Dot Paintings On Canvas Was Originated Back In 1971

Geoffrey Bardon an Art Teacher for the children of the aboriginals people in Papunya

Noticed that when the aboriginals were telling stories
they would draw symbols in the sand.

These later came on to canvas

And is now internationally recognised as a unique painting style.

The simple aboriginal dot-painting is beautifully aesthetic to the eye

But it has a far more hidden meaning and a deeper purpose
it was a disguise for the sacred meanings, behind the stories within the dot painting.

Many Dot paintings almost becomes alive and get´s this kind of 3D effect,
which makes the dot´s seem to dance right out of the frame
and into our minds and hearts 😀

I think it´s an amazing painting style, and its so Incredible how a flat canvas
comes to life with pure energy because of some dot´s.

I will not categorise my Dot-art as the aboriginal style
I like to paint all kind of things with dots.


When I see something beautiful I always think


I wanna paint with Dot´s

Artwork I usually paint with dots



Sacred Geometry

Remakes of Photos I like

And Recently started creating




“Blue Seeds Of Life Bubbles” 

My Blue Bubbles

 I simple just love this, it gave me so much joy painting it 💙

I’m really inspired of those symbolic and energized Sacred Geometry Patterns 

My inspiration comes from Tessa Smith Art


She makes unique





💙 I have created one, in my own style 💙

I hope you like it to

The “Blue Seeds Of Life Bubbles”

I have used acrylic on a 50 x 70cm canvas 


My Big Dot-Mandala´s on Canvas    

The Red Star Dot Mandala 

This is my second Big Dot mandala on a canvas – and it means a lot to me, it helped me painting it throughout a rough time
when a very loved one was very ill.

I have used acrylic paint mixed with UV paint.

Then in UV light it changes.  

In Day-LIght

Red Star Dot Mandala Acrylic paint on 80x80cm Canvas - Art&Deco By Natasha

Red Star Dot Mandala 80x80cm  


In Dark With UV-Light

Red Star Dot Mandala 80x80cm  

This Painting Is Used For Print On Many Item´s In The Shop

Click Here To See   

My First Big Dot Mandala

I miss this painting so much, but a dear friend have it now – and its makes her home beautiful <3
And then I can see it sometimes when I visit Denmark.

I have used acrylic paint on a 90x65cm canvas

Purple Blue and Green Dot Mandala (Sold) - Art&Deco By Natasha

Purple and Green Dot Mandala Acrylic paint on a 90x65cm Canvas (Sold)



My Medium Sized Dot-Paintings  


Snowflake Dot Mandala 40x40Cm




Purple Dot Mandala 40x40Cm


     My Small Dot-Mandala´s On Canvas


Sunshine in a flower Mandala 20x20Cm

The Big Blue Dot Mandala 20×20 Cm

Little UV Dot Mandala

In Day-Light

With UV-Light in a Dark Room

My Lates UV- Dot Creatings

In Daylight

Black Light in Dark Room

 I use all kind of surface´s to paint on








And More

I LVE To Use Recycled Material

We throw away to many things these days!

Bringing new life to at least some of it
gives me a good feeling.    

Ashtrays With Dot-Painting


Pink Floyd

“Dark Side Of The Moon”

(New York Concert 1972 Poster)


This was a Birthday gift I made for my Dad.

One day I passed by an old Concert poster with “Pink Floyd Live in NY 1972”
and the first thought I had was

“I need to see if I can make this with dots for my dad

Who is the biggest Pink Floyd Fan I know.

It was so much fun to paint it.  

For SURE.. Not the last time I will make something like this again!!

    The Magic UV-Owls

This is my latest Dot-Painting – Acrylic UV-Paint on a Recycled Piece Of Wood from a furniture

Click the picture to read My Magic UV-Owls in progress post

Pictures of the finished work will come up soon 😉

The Magic Uv-Owl´s Work In Progress - Art&Deco By Natasha