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Natasha Genevieve – October 1-31, 2021
Join us Saturday afternoon, October 2, 12-3pm at Hibernation Arts.

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Natasha Genevieve was born and raised in northern Ontario. She studied Art and Art History at the University of Toronto and Sheridan College, with a focus on painting and printmaking. After graduating from university, Natasha managed a small art studio in Calgary Alberta before returning to her home province and settling in Orillia.

Natasha is passionate about exploring her natural surroundings and creating art. Her landscape paintings and prints are heavily influenced by the places she has explored. Natasha loves to use bold colours, mixed mediums and expressive brushstrokes while creating new art and often collaborates on pieces with her fellow artists. For Natasha, painting is more about the therapeutic process rather than the outcome. This therapeutic element of her art is a central theme she brings to every new piece she creates, and a value she holds dear.

To see more work by Natasha, you can view her Instagram page @natgenevieve or check out her collaborative work at @newmoon.collaborative



For more info, contact Molly at Hibernation Arts.


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Oct 02 2021


12:00 pm
Hibernation Arts Gallery & Shop


Hibernation Arts Gallery & Shop
(249) 385 5039

17 Peter St S,
Orillia, On L3V 5A8
(249) 385-5039

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I worked on this other doodle as well today. Color will come tomorrow. ..

They are all so good!

David Crighton's and Jon Oelrichs' pieces

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