Natalia Wróbel is a visual artist based in Cambridge, MA. Her work examines the coexistence of dualities- order and chaos, dark and light, flux and stasis- as a metaphor for the endurance and adaptability of the spirit. Her paintings are portals into imagined, meditative worlds, and represent the liminal realm beyond our physical world. Iconographically, her paintings are inspired by botanical structures, ancient architecture, neural networks, visual translations of jazz/electronica/classical music, historical accounts of resistance, spiritual traditions, cosmology, and infinite time and space. By exploring the link between between the simple singular moment and the infinite, she hopes to ignite an awareness of the existence of a shared common humanity and the interconnectedness of people, nature, history and spirit.
Originally from Southern California, Wrobel moved to New England to study studio art and art history at Dartmouth College. She furthered her study with fellowships at the New York Studio School, Lorenzo de'Medici in Florence, and most recently, the Berlin Art Institute. 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.
Solo Show at Abigail Ogilvy Gallery, Boston. MA November 2nd-December 16th.