Natalia Wróbel is a Polish-American artist based in Amsterdam, NL. Originally from southern California, Wrobel moved to New Hampshire to study studio art and art history at Dartmouth College. Her paintings feature chromatic palettes, undulating forms, and dreamlike symbols inspired by nature, ancient architecture, cosmology, neural networks, and infinite time and space. Her lyrical titles reference a keen interest in spiritual traditions and further invite the viewer to step into an alluring visual world that Wróbel believes extends beyond the canvas. As the writer W.D Richter wrote about her work: “Her most powerful work instinctively explores the shifting line between order and chaos and the battle between darkness and light in the worlds she creates...and the world we live in.”
Her work has been featured at international art fairs including Art Basel: Miami, Texas Contemporary, and Art SouthHampton and has been an official selection at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, and MassArt Auction. Her paintings are included in private collections around the United States, Europe, Australia, South America and Asia. She recently completed an artist residency in Berlin at the Berlin Art Institute and currently lives and works in Amsterdam.
Night Swimming, Abigail Ogilvy Gallery, Boston, June 7th - August 19th