May 9 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Hear artist Natasha Bowdoin share how she responded to the architecture of AMFA to create her site-specific installation Spring Song in the Art Perch during this exciting Artist Talk.
Bowdoin, who pulls from a range of artists’ and authors’ work on botanical life and ecology, creates playful and dynamic installations that challenge our relationship to nature. Secure your tickets now to learn more about her process and discover how this eye-catching installation came to be.
About Natasha Bowdoin
Natasha Bowdoin is a visual artist working in the space between painting and installation, interested in stretching the physical boundaries of painting and exploring notions of painting as site. Her collage inspired, large-scale installations investigate the potential intersections of the visual and the literary while reimagining our relationship to the natural world.
She has been awarded numerous artist residencies and fellowships, including the Core Artist-in-Residence Program, Museum of Fine Arts Houston (2008-2010); the Roswell Artist-in-Residence Program (2013); the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts Artist-in-Residence Program, Omaha (2012); and a Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant (2007). Her work has been presented widely in solo and group exhibitions across the country.
Bowdoin received her BA from Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, in Classics and Studio Art and her MFA in Painting from Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA. She is an Associate Professor in Painting and Drawing at Rice University in Houston, TX, where she lives and works.
Photo by Nash Baker.
Artist Talk: Natasha Bowdoin is supported by the Alice L. Walton Foundation.
Natasha Bowdoin: Spring Song is supported by Bank of America.