Natalie Petrosky (b.1989, Akron, OH) is an artist living and working in Cleveland, OH. She received her MFA in Painting & Drawing at the University of Tennessee (2016) and her BFA in Painting with an Honors Thesis in Glass from the School of Art at Kent State University in Kent, OH (2012). Petrosky works primarily in painting and drawing, as well as in sculpture, video, and glass.

Recent exhibitions include The Regional, Cincinnati Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH and Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, MO (2021/22); Watching the Seasons Change. Museum of the White Mountains, Plymouth, NH (2022). Something About Windows, The Suburban, Milwaukee, WI (2020); VIRTUAL MICROCINEMA, RhizomeDC, Washington, DC (2020);Over the Structures, CICA Museum, Gimpo, South Korea (2020); and Eight Emerging Artists, Steven Zevitas Gallery, Boston, MA (2018).

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