Following the rivers Tay and Earn the journey depicts the ephemeral nature of the water and the evocative Scottish landscape.
The gallery will contrast traditional landscape paintings from the collection, including those by artists; Horatio McCulloch and William Miller Frazer.
Natasha Todd graduated with a First-Class degree, has been awarded the John Milne Purvis prize for outstanding painting and drawing and previously exhibited works in Edinburgh and London.
Natasha will also be doing a Lunchtime Talk on Thursday 15th November 1pm-2pm at Perth Museum and Art Gallery
She will discuss the inspiration behind her new exhibition and you can discover her journey as professional artist and the road to success 5 years on from graduating Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design.
For more information check out the Culture PK website.