A reflection I wrote on a recent trip I went on up North looking for the Caribou herds, instead I found much more.
Anonymous asked: Hi, do you sell your work? I was amazed at how closely some of your work parallels bird species I have worked with in the field and things I am interested in, I have a lovely skull collection from the various places I have worked. We are in Edmonton now, but I would love to know if there is anywhere to find your work for sale. Thanks, Trish Fontaine
Hi, thanks for your interest in my work. If you could e mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org I would love to further discuss this with you. Thanks again, Natasha.
A interview I did for the July issue of Beatroute Magazine, British Columbia.
For all you Vancouver BC people!
✖ Opening Saturday, February 16th at the Concourse Gallery ✖
✖ 5 - 9 pm ✖
✖ Licensed event: $2 beer & wine! ✖
Hunting Grounds marks a place of isolation, revelation, and psychic connection. Incorporating drawing, sculpture, ceramics, installation and stop-motion video, it is a decidedly old-school endeavour. It is unabashedly sentimental, exploratory, and curious — it’s an acid trip in the woods, a post-apocalyptic hike to higher ground, the discovery of a new species in your backyard.
✖ Artists ✖
Natasha Broad, alias Maus Hunt, makes work that highlights relationships in the natural world. She is best known for her whooping cranes, drawn large-scale and conceived to raise awareness about the cranes’ endangerment by the Alberta tar sands.
Vanessa Brown is an interdisciplinary artist whose practice spans painting, sculpture, installation, and video mediums. Her work is feral, romantic, and enigmatic.
Julie Dives an enthusiasm for taxidermy into a sculptural practice that explores ideas of hybridity, memento, and beauty in death.
Emily Luddington is a ceramicist whose experimental works draw inspiration from the minutiae of natural forms such as honeycomb, algae, and coral.
Alex M.F. Quicho makes large-scale graphite drawings that use natural and architectural structures to explore themes of survival, memory, violence, and isolation.
Fiona Tan makes dynamic, gestural work that brings human and animal subjects together in strange tensions. We will be showing a stop-motion video of her energetic drawing process.
Danielle Magee, alias Moses Magee, creates impossible landscapes and mirages using drawing, printed matter and collage. Hypnotic and seductive, her work emulates mystifying encounters of the natural kind while creating an awareness of the urban ecosystem.
Daniel Marcus Tatterton, alias DMT, makes drawings and prints which are hallucinatory, maze-like, and packed with survival structures and occult characters. These are often installed in altar-like format together with gathered materials and small hand-made objects.
✖ Curated by Natasha Broad & Alex M.F. Quicho ✖