Natalie Niblack is a visual artist working in a variety of media: drawing, oil painting, printmaking and ceramics. She lives 50 miles north of Seattle on the Skagit river on piece of land that closely approximates paradise Since 1996, she has taught visual art at Shoreline Community College, where she is also the gallery director. She received her Master’s degree from Edinburgh College of Art in Edinburgh, Scotland. She has lived in the Seattle area since 1979, excepting two years in Scotland. Her current work may be viewed at natatlieniblack.com
Natalie Niblack lives in Skagit Valley north of Seattle. She holds an MFA from Edinburgh College of Art in Scotland. Currently, she teaches drawing, printmaking and painting at Shoreline Community College, where she is also the gallery curator. Her work is in the National Museum of Women in the Arts, University of Washington Hospital, and museums in Yekaterinburg Russia and Glasgow Scotland.