Natalie Niblack

Leaving, #13, 1999
Certainty, #18, 2000, Hayward Fault Line Winner
Natalie Niblack is a visual artist who has lived and worked in the Seattle area for 20 years. During that time she has worked in a wide variety of media including printmaking, sculpture, installation, and especially her first love, painting. She holds a Master of Fine Arts Degree from the Edinburgh College of Art in Edinburgh, Scotland, and is currently teaching drawing, painting and design at Shoreline Community College. Niblack is also the former president of the Seattle Women's Caucus for Art, a chapter of the National WCA. She has been on the board of the SWCA since 1994. Her work is in the collections of the National Museum of Women in the Arts, The University of Washington Hospital, The City Arts Center in Edinburgh, and the Glasgow Museums and Galleries Collection. Her most recent show was at the Blue Heron Gallery on Vashon Island. Right now she is doing very large paintings of dolls in heaven and limbo. She also teaches drawing, painting, and design part time at two local community colleges.
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