Natalie Baxter is a New York-based artist whose sewn sculptures explore concepts of place identity, nostalgia and gender stereotypes. She creates soft sculptures that playfully pushes controversial political issues.
Natalie received her MFA from the University of Kentucky in 2012 and her BA in Fine Arts from the University of the South in TN in 2007. Her work has been exhibited recently at
Purdue University in Indiana, Mulherin Gallery in New York, Spring/Break Art Fair (New York), Midway Gallery in San Fransisco, Yale University and the Cornell Art Museum in DelRay Beach, FL.
Natalie’s work has been featured in Vice’s The Creator’s Project, Hyperallergic, The Huffington Post, The Guardian and The New York Times.
Natalie has been an artist in residence at The Wassaic Project and a fellowship recipient at the Vermont Studio Center.
All images courtesy of the artist
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