Living and working in Brattleboro, Vermont, Natalie's work has been exhibited and collected extensively throughout the continental United States as well as Puerto Rico, Hawaii, the British West Indies and New Zealand. She is the recipient of many awards and her work has been acquired by the permanent collections or several museums.

Rich colors, sculptural lids, and a fluid carving style are all recognizable features of Natalie's work. She earned a degree in ceramics and painting from Kenyon College. After earning a Watson Fellowship, she traveled to Korea, Nepal, India, and Indonesia studying ceramics with rural women. Her experience in scuba diving gave her inspiration for creating color, rich patterns and flamboyant textures found in aquatic life. Modern and classical, you will love her work!