At the heart of Natalja Heybroek's contemporary artwork is an exploration into the fluid nature of life. The abstract art is an inquiry into human perception, whether leaning into detailed intricacies or gathering an overview perspective.
The autodidact artist is based in Toronto. She grew up in an international and expressive environment in the Findhorn Community in rural Scotland, raised by parents from The Netherlands.
Embodying strong material exploration and a relationship with the natural world in the artwork, the artist reveals the unusual capabilities of materials.
This material experimentation leads to the creation of natural processes in the abstract art. Such as pouring molten metal into water, the occurrence of chemical reactions or lightning taking its path. Unexpected intrigue in the organic forms have a tendency to connect with the viewer on an experiential level.
The backbone of the artwork are the deliberate elemental concepts, based on philosophy, emotion and science. Where shared understandings surface, human experience is interpreted and personal insights are expressed.
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