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Tag : self portraiture

17 Mar 2019

Currency

“Why is there no breeze no currency of leaves…” -Wilco You are my Face   Natalie resides in Peoria, Arizona, with family. Her artistic journey has taken many twists and turns but photography and writing have become the primary outlets for her artistic expression. She is an artist at Offset.com, Lensdrop and Adobe. Her work/photography has been published by National Geographic Your Shot, Lensbaby, Beyond the Wanderlust, and has been licensed for ads by Samsung and other companies for advertisements. […]

13 Mar 2019

Is it possible

Is it possible to be moved where the hands stay still Natalie resides in Peoria, Arizona, with family. Her artistic journey has taken many twists and turns but photography and writing have become the primary outlets for her artistic expression. She is an artist at Offset.com, Lensdrop and Adobe. Her work/photography has been published by National Geographic Your Shot, Lensbaby, Beyond the Wanderlust, and has been licensed for ads by Samsung and other companies for advertisements. Her best days are […]

06 Mar 2019
02 Mar 2019

Fall into me…

Fall into me…       About the artist: Natalie is 65% Swedish, 45% German, 35% English, 1% Cherokee, 400% Goofball, 400% Rebel. Most days she is too tall to wear pants. She is best known for her solid math skills, bad handwriting, and reliable sarcasm.

01 Mar 2019

I lived in a place…

I lived in a place… A far off place That felt so close. No pain No fights No stains No cold No wrong No right No young No old I lived in a space A tiny little space That felt so big.   Natalie resides in Peoria, Arizona, with family. Her artistic journey has taken many twists and turns but photography and writing have become the primary outlets for her artistic expression. She is an artist at Offset.com, Lensdrop and […]

01 Mar 2019

On the Other Side

“On the Other Side” makeup that’s not naïve heart shielding the deep cold breeze behind bars magic asleep and unshared     Natalie resides in Peoria, Arizona, with family. Her artistic journey has taken many twists and turns but photography and writing have become the primary outlets for her artistic expression. She is an artist at Offset.com, Lensdrop and Adobe. Her work/photography has been published by National Geographic Your Shot, Lensbaby, Beyond the Wanderlust, and has been licensed for ads […]

28 Feb 2019

The wind can’t

The wind can’t take you anywhere you don’t already know where to go.     About the artist: Natalie is 65% Swedish, 45% German, 35% English, 1% Cherokee, 400% Goofball, 400% Rebel. Most days she is too tall to wear pants. She is best known for her solid math skills, bad handwriting, and reliable sarcasm.

27 Feb 2019

You don’t have to….

You don’t have to pick a feeling any feeling.   About the artist: Natalie is 65% Swedish, 45% German, 35% English, 1% Cherokee, 400% Goofball, 400% Rebel. Most days she is too tall to wear pants. She is best known for her solid math skills, bad handwriting, and reliable sarcasm.

25 Feb 2019

to feel the warmth find you from the sky

Natalie resides in Peoria, Arizona, with family. Her artistic journey has taken many twists and turns but photography and writing have become the primary outlets for her artistic expression. She is an artist at Offset.com, Lensdrop and Adobe. Her work/photography has been published by National Geographic Your Shot, Lensbaby, Beyond the Wanderlust, and has been licensed for ads by Samsung and other companies for advertisements. Her best days are filled with loving and guiding her offspring and pups, music, reading, […]

18 Feb 2019

Yield (continued)

Weaving sunshine attractions on soundless sleep erosion. Cradling the shadows and splitting the shields… a shift in slow motion. So hungry for where Why won’t yield. Sleeping full moon attractions All around us deep oceans awakening the unknown and tripping in the fields… adrift in the low sun running free for where Why won’t yield.   I wrote “Yield” last year with this accompanying photo (click here).  As a writing exercise, I wrote a second stanza to this poem to […]