About Natasha Andries
Natasha Andries was raised in an artistic family right here in Missoula.
Her grandfather was a railroad photographer and her grandmother painted for leisure. Her mother is writer and her uncle a skilled (yet stage-shy) guitarist. Natasha’s life has been surrounded by music and art.
Like many talented artists, Natasha is a little shy about her first works, but feels she has really blossomed with her recent use of gouache and oil paints.
In her own words,
Creativity requires, to an extent, the juxtaposition of things that don’t fit well together. This may be why great art often happens during times of great strife, and during times of great novelty. There is no doubt in my mind that it will be accompanied by striking art which moves the spirit.
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Be Our Next Featured Artist
The Center is currently seeking LGBTQQI & allied artists to show their works of art in the Center for the 2019 calendar year.
This is a great opportunity to be a part of First Friday and to get your art shown out in the community. If you are interested in showing your art at the Center during any of these months, or wish to book a slot further out, please contact our First Friday Coordinator and board member Andy Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org