"In my paintings, I create portals into liminal realms beyond our physical world. I reference mindfulness philosophy, neural networks, elements from nature, particle cosmology, physics, classical, jazz, and electronic music, ancient architecture, lyric poetry, and theories about the interconnectedness of the universe to elicit meditative abstractions. I believe in the resonant beauty of simple moments and the emotional, visceral and transformational impact of color."
Natalia Wróbel is an artist based in Cambridge, MA. Originally from La Jolla, CA, Wrobel studied Studio Art and Art History at Dartmouth College. She furthered her study at the Lorenzo de'Medici Institute in Florence and the New York Studio School. She received the New York Studio School Mercedes Matter Fellowship in 2012, and the Murray Art Prize in 2015. In 2016, her painting was selected for inclusion at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston Auction. In 2017, Wrobel completed a painting residency at the Berlin Art Institute, and her work was selected for inclusion in the MassArts auction. 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 have been featured in books and publications in the US and Europe, in coursework at MIT, and are included in private collections around the United States, Europe, South America, Asia, and Australia. Wrobel's work is represented by Abigail Ogilvy Gallery in Boston, MA.