Natalie Robinson is a Chinese-Canadian artist from Burnaby, British Columbia. She is honoured to live as an uninvited guest on unceded Traditional Coast Salish Lands, including the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), Stó:lō and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) Nations. She is a recent Bachelor of Fine Arts graduate with a major in Visual Arts from Emily Carr University of Art + Design. Working primarily in oil paint, her practice revolves around the quotidian, with an emphasis on elevating the mundane. Since attending Emily Carr University, her practice has shifted from photo realism to representational abstraction.

Curriculum Vitae
Education   
2021         Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Visual Arts, Emily Carr University of Art + Design 
Selected Solo and Two-Person Exhibitions
2021           Distortions, The James Black Gallery, Vancouver CA (two-person)
2020          Liminal Home, The Deer Lake Gallery, Burnaby CA 
                   Aemulatio, Installation Nook, Emily Carr University, Vancouver CA 
Selected Group Exhibitions
2021          Showcase Exhibition, Emily Carr University's Virtual Gallery
                  Watershed Studio's Virtual Exhibition, Virtual Gallery
                  The Show, Emily Carr University Grad Exhibition, Vancouver CA
                  New Space, Old Place: Meditations on the Everyday, Faculty Gallery, Emily Carr University, Vancouver CA
2019         Group Exhibition, Landing Gallery, Emily Carr University, Vancouver CA
2018         Group Exhibition, Landing Gallery, Emily Carr University, Vancouver CA
                 Emily Carr Foundation Show, Michael O’Brian Exhibition Commons, Vancouver CA
2015         Arts Alive Student Exhibition, Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby CA
Awards
2021         BMO 1st Art! Competition,  selected Emily Carr University's Visual Art Candidate
2020        Christopher Foundation Scholarship
2019         W.G. Black Memorial Award
                 Norma Sorensen Artists’ Scholarship
                 Royal Canadian Legion Education Scholarship
2017         Burnaby Arts Council Scholarship
                 Royal Canadian Legion Education Scholarship

Publications
2021        (Some)time, Spring Issue, Woo Publication
2020       November issue, BurnabyNow Newspaper
Residencies
2021       The James Black Gallery, Vancouver CA
2022      (Upcoming) Watershed Studios, Galway, Ireland

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