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A Hudson Valley Journal
Art by Natalie Wargin

Artist Reception, November 18, 2-4 PM
On display from 11/14-12/29


This is an exhibit of ten new paintings, a visual representation of my beautiful surroundings and a timely reminder of what we can lose if we're not careful.
 
Artsit Bio.
Natalie Wargin is an artist and graphic designer with a degree in design from the University of Illinois. She had a small graphic design firm in Chicago where she worked with clients like the American Library Association, Levi’s, Campbells, and the Chicago Board of Trade, producing art for both product and print.  She has a line of greeting cards that has sold world-wide and she also dabbles in paper mache.  Her paper mache work has been featured in a number of publications including two books: “Tables” and “Table: Inspiring Interpretations of Function and Style” both by Lark Books. 
 
In 2008 she left the big city for rural Cottekill. Now she paints watercolor and acrylic pieces as part of an ongoing journal of my surroundings in the gorgeous Hudson River Valley.  
 

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