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03 Jun 2019

Her ballads

Her ballads sweep the shadows into the breeze…   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.  

28 May 2019

You had fallen before you fell

Your tears scatter and sting like a hive of bees as you wonder in full dream unwatched untimed not seen… until a mirrored tree smooth and stripped of splinters gifted you a View fully awake now you know You Had  Fallen Before You Fell. The wounds on your hands and knees and Everywhere between were never from the ground… As you looked up the sky locked with your eyes and the clouds soaked up your tears.   Natalie resides in […]

26 May 2019

Forward moving…

Forward moving fast and slowing…   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.

08 May 2019

Logic is lost

Logic is lost in love and dropped in things of dreams.   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.

31 Mar 2019

She watches me sleep

She watches me sleep pulling gravitational dreams…     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 […]

21 Mar 2019

To be in water…

To be in water closer to the sea in the arms that have no seams to split open     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 […]

21 Mar 2019

Aqua Ceiling

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, […]

07 Mar 2019

Light Always Outruns Time…

Untie the shapeless beast in faceless relief… All the heart needs Unwinding winds of memory in a future free to find… Light always outruns time     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.

22 Jan 2019

Silently

Silently she speaks, in shades between the Sun and it’s Disappearance. She holds the echoes between every finger and every bone.     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 […]

18 Nov 2018

The Fire in the Mirror

  Preface My writing and self-portraiture feed off of each other.   Recently, I noticed that water has been a common theme in my self-portraits.  Because it is my goal to explore my inner landscape through self-portraiture, I thought I might gain some insight if I delved into the theme of water by writing.  My initial line of  thought as I began to write centered around Natalie Wood, who tragically drowned only one year after I was born.  I suppose […]