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“Swallowed By Nature” uncovers an outdoor installation by Bronx artist Natalie Collette Wood that explores the relationships between home, nature, and urban environments. The installation will include a series of sculptures and a moss mural on view at the Montefiore’s Wakefield Campus during the summer of 2016. “Swallowed By Nature” is created from found objects that are overcome by natural materials such as succulents, moss, air plants, and reclaimed wood to create a whimsical dance between urban and natural environments. The installation includes a moss mural that creates a textural landscape that climbs the walls of the outdoor space that extends the dance even further. Wood’s work examines how nature and urban environments interact with one another and cohabitate together while celebrating the enchanting and captivating force that is fantasy, sculpture, and the natural world.

Swallowed By Nature
Live Succulents, Moss, Air Plants, Reclaimed Wood, Furniture, and Glass Beads
2016
Swallowed By Nature
Live Succulents, Moss, Air Plants, Reclaimed Wood, Furniture, and Glass Beads
2016
Swallowed By Nature
Live Succulents, Moss, Air Plants, Reclaimed Wood, Furniture, and Glass Beads
2016
Swallowed By Nature
Preserved Moss
2016