In Living Color by Natalie Dobson

Migrant Rights

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Proceeds Support:
Proceeds support Courage Campaign, an online community powered by more than one million members, instrumental in the fight for marriage equality.

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Design By: Natalie Dobson
Natalie Dobson

I come from a family of artists. As a child, I wanted to be an artist when I 'grew up'. I lost my way in my youth and rediscovered as an adult that I am most happy and fulfilled when I am creating. I love to find the spectacular in the ordinary and the hilarity in the mundane. I work in a variety of mediums. My mediums have changed over the years as the number (and age) of my children have grown. Combining original watercolor paintings and digital art is my current poison.

Design By: Natalie Dobson
Natalie Dobson

I come from a family of artists. As a child, I wanted to be an artist when I 'grew up'. I lost my way in my youth and rediscovered as an adult that I am most happy and fulfilled when I am creating. I love to find the spectacular in the ordinary and the hilarity in the mundane. I work in a variety of mediums. My mediums have changed over the years as the number (and age) of my children have grown. Combining original watercolor paintings and digital art is my current poison.

Artist Statement

I turn ordinary watercolor blots into imaginative art. This unicorn was made using a few lines and an assortment of random watercolor blots. — Natalie Dobson