Natalie Lawler

Natalie weaves paths as a visual artist, technical art historian, and curator. Strongly rooted in interdisciplinary research, she is eager to generate accessible, collaborative dialogue between arts and sciences. Through painting, creative non-fiction writing, and heritage science examination, her hybrid art practice illuminates macro- and microscopic languages of color and artists’ pigments. Current projects include a series of illustrated zines focused on pigment history and social color symbolism, and an article researching the role of wellbeing initiatives in the museum and conservation sector.


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Historic Filipinotown Swap Meet

Sunset Alvarado

Department of Public Social Services

Lab work: red lake pigment production