Nathan is currently a resident in Bern, Switzerland. He began his passion for art quite some time back in Sydney, Australia through photography. He furthermore engaged in Community Cable TV presentations on topical and multicultural entertainment themes, some (extra) acting (for a TV series, Hollywood and British films as well as for the Sydney Opera House) and making short films; some of them were shown at independent films shows.
He started to rekindle his passion with his art studio at Herrengasse, Bern. His themes of art work (mainly oil on canvas) include abstract paintings: windows to horizon, seasons of nature, curves, philosophical aspects of culture and ecological sustainability. He is now developing his latest concept, 'curvism' in contrast to cubism; human body is formed with soft curves rather than with sharp edges of geometry as cubism portrays. His paintings were probably inspired by other artists (hearing from others): Monet, Rothko and Van Gogh; he also appreciates artists such as Kandinsky and Jawlensky as well as contemporary artists. He constantly attempts to be creative and will appreciate those who give him that kind of space and opportunity and vice versa. Art is an evolution, probably with unexpected ones, than revolution.
Apart from painting as a enjoyment, he also enjoys cooking according to his own recipes and inviting his guests, wine, travelling, some hiking and biking, listening to jazz and classical music, and dancing. He loves animals, birds and nature and considers his life would be empty without them. However, he likes social settings, humor and fun with people who are open for artistic endeavour and philosophical reflections; he teaches and publishes in business (especially social freedom and intercultural justice, and social and environmental responsibilities and innovations) and philosophy related topics (meaningful work and life vs, meaning of life) as part of his intellectually stimulating activities at various universities; he has traveled a lot of different cities in many continents for his professional work.
He attempts to live his life as a 'meaningful life' instead of searching for 'meaning in life' according to his philosophy that meaningful life is constituted by engaging in meaningful activities.