This body of work focuses on frenetic gestural abstraction employing saturated, lush colors and dreamlike images
Tag: Natalie Westbrook
For Unearthed, curator Joe Chira has assembled a group of artists that range from emerging to well established mid-career painters.
However bold, colorful, or allusive Westbrook’s paintings appear, they always conceal something about their origins and ends.
eferencing both plant life and the human body, her frenetic abstractions exude the aggressive energy of fecundity while reflecting an exuberant celebration of life.
Professor Natalie Westbrook presents new works in “Mill Street,” a group exhibition in New Haven, CT. More than 40 artists working at monumental scale created works to occupy a 25,000 square-foot warehouse in this group exhibition. Westbrook’s grisaille paintings explore the theme of monumentality by reframing seventeenth century history painting in a contemporary context. Abstract… Read more »
“Hungry Dog // Chopped Liver” presents artists expressing their vulnerability simply by supporting one another in the increasingly cutthroat LA art scene.
Professor Natalie Westbrook presented the first international showing of her work on paper at ART FORMOSA in Taipei City, August 22 through 25.