* Limited Editions * > Scent of the Sun (limited edition)

Scent of the Sun (spring equinox), Smokestack limited edition print. archival pigment print. Edition of 20. 12" x 24", 2021. $200.

Scent of the Sun (summer solstice), Smokestack limited edition print. archival pigment print. Edition of 20. 12" x 24", 2021. $200.

Scent of the Sun (fall equinox), Smokestack limited edition print. archival pigment print. Edition of 20. 12" x 24", 2021. $200.

Scent of the Sun (winter solstice), Smokestack limited edition print. archival pigment print. Edition of 20. 12" x 24", 2021. $200.

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Natalie Hunter’s photographically focused artistic practice explores the sensory experiences of light, colour, and motion. Utilizing a variety of substrates such as paper and transparent film, her works have taken numerous forms from 2-dimensional prints that capture filtered light and colour, to 3-dimensional sculptural forms that transmit a perceptual interplay of light and colour into the surrounding space through the viewer’s bodily movements.

Having begun her artistic explorations in sculpture, Natalie soon discovered the vast creative potential of photography in both its analog and digital formats. Since her initial forays into photography, she has continued to expand on her interest in creatively exploiting those processes unique to the medium to express the ineffable experiences of her chosen themes.

- Tara Westermann, Director, Smokestack Gallery


Natalie Hunter holds an MFA from the University of Waterloo, and has shown her work in Canada and the United States in numerous exhibitions and public presentations including the Hamilton Supercrawl; the Art Gallery of Hamilton; University of Waterloo Art Gallery; Rodman Hall Arts Centre; Mississauga Living Arts Centre; Centre 3 for artistic + social practice; and Museum London among others. She is the recipient of several awards from Ontario Arts Council and Canada Council for the Arts and in addition to her artistic practice is also a sessional instructor at the University of Waterloo. Natalie currently lives and works in Hamilton, ON.