Faculty of Art

Drawing and Painting

Natalie Wesselius


Oil, oil stick, and latex paint on paper
50 x 66 inches
Turn that frown upside down.

“A satirical take on a scenic still life. The flowers express strain of the everyday doubt in myself while the flipped dresser is a comment on my anxious boredom. In the end, the dresser is personified as much as the bouquet, both almost angry. ”

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Natalie Wesselius


“Obsessing over our relationships to domestic objects in a dissociating commodified world, I create psycho-active timeless spaces that signify both the presence and absence of the figure. Using...” [More]