Natasha Henderson
painting

Natasha Henderson

 

Natasha Henderson

CURRICULUM VITAE 

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

June 11-12 2022, From Sunrise To Sunset. Paintings aboard the SS Keno, during the Riverside Art Festival, presented by the Klondike Institute of Art and Culture. Dawson City, Yukon.

June 9 2022, Sweet Sweet Art Hop Pop Up Exhibition. Art Hop exhibition at Sweet Sweet Yukon, presented by the Klondike Institute of Art and Culture. Dawson City, Yukon.

August 2021, Under The Yukon Sky. Arts Underground. Whitehorse, Yukon.

Dec 2017-Jan 2018, Meow Miaou. Galerie BBAM!. Montreal, Quebec.

August 2014, 40 Days et 40 Soirs. Galerie Fleurbain. Montreal, Quebec.

May 2013, Tea Party. Galerie Fleurbain. Montreal, Quebec.

March 2013, Herbes Dix. Galerie Fleurbain. Montreal, Quebec.

Nov 2012, Selective Retrospective. Galerie Fleurbain. Montreal, Quebec.

Jan-Feb 2012, Poetry.  Galerie Fleurbain. Montreal, Quebec.

Nov-Dec 2011, Point Counter Point.  Galerie Fleurbain. Montreal, Quebec.

June-September 2010, Poetic Intent: Disintegrating Landscapes.  MPaevum Gallery. Montreal, Quebec.

Sept 2005, Elements of Landscape. Muir Gallery. Courtenay, BC.

July-Aug 2005, Elements of Landscape. Chilliwack Arts Council. Chilliwack, BC.

April 2005, Elements of Landscape. Xchanges Artist-Run-Centre. Curator: Charles Campbell. Victoria, BC.

March-April 2005, Fictional Landscapes. Hamilton Artists Inc Artist-Run-Centre. Hamilton, ON.

Aug-Oct 2004, In This World. Campbell River Public Art Gallery. Curator: Janette Taylor. Campbell River, BC.

Aug-Sept 2004, Elegance of Paint. The Old Schoolhouse Arts Centre. Qualicum, BC.

July-Aug 2004, Fabricated Views. Island Mountain Arts Public Gallery. Wells, BC.

Mar-Ap 2004, Inside Story. Waterfront Theatre. Granville Island, Vancouver, BC.

Jan-Feb 2004, Inside Story. Curator: Judith Jurica. Gallery Vertigo Artist-Run-Centre. Vernon, BC.

Nov-Dec 2003, A New View. Plaskett Gallery. New Westminster, BC.

May 2002, Natasha Henderson. Courtenay Library Fireside Gallery. Courtenay, BC.

May 2000, Fabrications. Curator: Tony Martin. Comox Valley Public Art Gallery. Courtenay, BC.

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

August 2022, Odd Mentorship Exhibition. Artists who were involved in the Odd Gallery Mentorship Programme. Produced by the Klondike Institute of Art and Culture at the Confluence Gallery, School Of Visual Art, Dawson City, Yukon.

May 2021, Community Pop-Up Exhibition. Odd Gallery. Dawson City, Yukon.

July 2019, A Stitch In Time / Une ‘Suture’ dans le Temps. Curated by Jason McKechnie. Galerie ERGA. Montreal, Quebec

June-August 2019, Flights of Fancy. Curated by Sarah Robinson. Galerie d’Art Point-Claire. Point-Claire, Quebec

March 2019, Past/Future. Curated by Jason McKechnie. Group show for Nuit Blanche. Christ Church Cathedral. Montreal, Quebec

September 2018, City Streets and Country Spaces. Curated by Sarah Robinson. Galerie Erga, Montreal, Quebec

February 2018, The Big Ba BBAM! Show. Curated by Alison Rogers and Ralph Alfonso. BBAM! Gallery, Montreal, Quebec

July 2017, Les Fenêtres qui parlent. Hosted by the City of Montréal and the borough of Île Bizard. Île Bizard, Quebec

July 2017, Celebration 375/150.  Curated by Sarah Robinson. Mainline Gallery. Montreal, Quebec

June 2017, Cadence II.  Curated by Holly Friesen. Centre d' Art E.K.Voland Art Gallery. Montreal, Quebec

September/October 2016, Musique/Music. Group show for Journées de la culture. Christ Church Cathedral. Montreal, Quebec

February 2016, Red/Rouge. Group show for Nuit Blanche. Christ Church Cathedral. Montreal, Quebec

September 2015, Architecture. Group show for Journées de la Culture. Christ Church Cathedral. Montreal, Quebec

February 2015, Light. Group show for Nuit Blanche. Christ Church Cathedral. Montreal, Quebec

April 2014, ArtBomb Art Marketplace. Centre d' Art E.K.Voland Art Gallery. Montreal, Quebec

Nov 2013, Small Works Again. Galerie Fleurbain. Montreal, Quebec

Nov 2013, A Square Affair. McClure Gallery. Montreal, Quebec

Sept 2013, Through The Window, Par la fênetre. (In conjunction with Culture Days/Journées de la culture.) Galerie Fleurbain. Montreal, Quebec

June 2013, Galerie Fringe Pop-Up Exhibition. MAI Theatre. Montreal, Quebec

March 2013, ART. Theatre Ste. Catherine. Montreal, Quebec

Dec 2012, Small Works Too. Galerie Fleurbain. Montreal, Quebec

March-April 2012, Cross Pollination . Galerie Fleurbain. Montreal, Quebec

Dec 2011, Small Works.  Galerie Fleurbain. Montreal, Quebec

Oct 2011, Vistas. Culture and Language Connections. Montreal, Quebec

Dec 2010, Great Big Smalls. Cube Gallery. Ottawa, Ontario

Dec 2010, Rye Presents. Rye Gallery. Montreal, Quebec

Oct-Nov 2010, PIED[carre]MTL. Gallerie Zone Orange. Montreal, Quebec

Sept-Oct 2010, Art Auction Preview. Curator: Anh Le. Comox Valley Public Art Gallery. Courtenay, BC

Feb 27-28, 2010, Nuit Blanche. Studio 530, The Belgo Building. Montreal, Quebec

Jan 29, 2010, Un Don, Une Oeuvre. Gallerie Fabienne Rhein. Montreal, Quebec

Dec 2009, PIED[carre]MTL. Gallerie Zone Orange. Montreal, Quebec

Oct-Nov 2009, 35th Anniversary Show. Comox Valley Public Art Gallery. Courtenay, BC

May-June 2009, Alternative Identities. Curator: Ed Varney. Evergreen Cultural Centre, Coquitlam, BC

May 2006, Working Without A Net: Mayworks Exhibition. Curators: Bill Friesen and Marci Katz. Oceanside Arts Council, Parksville BC

Feb 2005, Ideas About Infinity. Curator: Jo Cook. Helen Pitt Artist-Run-Centre. Vancouver, BC

Aug-Sept 2004, Relocating The Homeless Mind. Curators: Tony Martin, Will Garrett-Petts, and Donald Lawrence. Comox Valley Public Art Gallery. Courtenay, BC

May 2004, Forelock Tugging. Mail Art Exhibition. Struts ARC. Sackville, NB

May-June 2003, Artropolis: The Human Image In The Landscape (Adjunct Exhibition). Curator: Ed Varney. CBC Studios. Vancouver, BC

Jan-Feb 2002, The Fiction of Landscape. With Pauline Conley and Tracy Kobus. Curator: Tony Martin. Comox Valley Public Art Gallery. Courtenay, BC

April 2001, Artropolis: The Artist In Bucolic Paradise And Poverty. Curator: Tony Martin. CBC Studios, Vancouver, BC

Sept 1998, ECIAD Alumni Exhibition. Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design. Vancouver, BC.

 

REPRESENTATION:

Galerie BBAM! Montreal, Quebec.

Arts Underground, Whitehorse, Yukon.

 

EDUCATION:

1998, Bachelor of Fine Arts. Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design, Vancouver, BC, Canada

1997, Diploma (Studio: Painting). Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design, Vancouver, BC, Canada

 

ARTIST RESIDENCIES:

July 14-24 2022, Yukon Fresh AiR Exchange. Organised by Kim Beggs. With ten other artists, spent ten days creating and camping at Fort Selkirk, Yukon.

February 2022, Artist In Residence. Jenni House, Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada

 

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY (*Reviews):

 

Interview on Airplay with Dave White on CBC Radio. Interview Feb 8, 2022.

* Heather Leduc, "Under The Yukon Sky: The Nature of Joy", What's Up Yukon, August 23, 2021.

Haley Ritchie, “Nature Inspires Two New Exhibits At Arts Underground”, Yukon News, August 16, 2021.

Sophie Poisson," Toiles pour chats", Verdun Messager, January 2018.

Sophie Woodrooffe. "Competitive Painting With Art Battle," Where Are The Shows.com. May 15, 2013.

Interview with Jeffrey Mackie on The Literary Report (CKUT Radio) regarding the exhibition Herbes Dix. Feb 26, 2013.

Travia Clemons & Angelic Nguyen. "Sonnet 14". My painting of Shakespeare's sonnet 14 was used in an online presentation about the sonnet. 2013.

Jed Kevin C. Morada. “Shakespeare’s Poetry: Illustrated” Transmedial Shakespeare website essay. TransmedialShakespeare.wordpress.com, January 17, 2011.

Natasha Henderson. “Art Review: Parisian Laundry: Rick Leong and Michael A. Robinson” Fleurbain website art review. Fleurbain.com, October 2010.

* Paula Wild. “Natasha Henderson at Muir Gallery,” Comox Valley Record, September 9, 2005.

* Laura Hollick. “Create Your Own Visual Story,” View, (Hamilton, ON) March 24, 2005.

Susan Detwiler. “Fictional Landscapes” Exhibition Catalogue Essay. Hamilton Artists Inc ARC, Hamilton, ON. February 2005.

* Paula Wild. “The Homeless Mind,” Comox Valley Record, August 27, 2004.

Donald Lawrence and Will Garrett-Petts. “Relocating The Homeless Mind” Exhibition Catalogue Essay. Comox Valley Public Art Gallery, Courtenay, BC. 2004.

Nicole Koshel. “Inspired Work On Tap In Wells,” Quesnel Cariboo Observer, July 18, 2004

Inge Kooyman. “Vertigo Opens Its Doors To Visiting Artists,” Vernon Morning Star, January 14, 2004.

Interview with Sheryl MacKay on North By Northwest (CBC Radio) regarding the exhibition The Fiction of Landscape. With Pauline Conley and Tracy Kobus. March 9, 2002.

* Paula Wild. “CVAG Exhibit ‘Absorbing, Intuitive’,” Comox Valley Record, February 8, 2002.

Donna Mattila. “The Fiction of Landscape,” The Island Word, December 13, 2001. (Also Exhibition Catalogue Essay, January 2002.)