natalia is the graphic designer for the behavioral neurosciences group at the university hospital where i work. she spends her days creating sciencey posters, newsletters, and recruitment flyers, but her nights are filled with paintings and prints. it's been exciting to find a fellow arts advocate (close call, i almost called myself an artist there!) in an office where numbers and neurons tend to take center stage.
now onto the news--natalia is displaying her art as part of the ballard art walk tonight. her show, entitled GRAVITY WINS, features 15 or so prints. as you can see from the announcement, natalia's art is being showcased at sugartown vintage (2421 NW market st, seattle, wa, 98107) from 6pm-9pm. stop by and say hi; i think there's even free wine and hors d'oeuvres.
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