explores her inner-world through a spiritual lens. Utilizing ﬂame working and kiln formed techniques, Ventimiglia creates colourful, expressionistic, conceptually self-reﬂective compositions. Her glass artwork is both, whimsical and systematic; mirroring two worlds in opposition. According to Ventimiglia, freedom, and breaking boundaries is a constant pursuit.
The artist states
“In my younger years I struggled with my identity, I felt pressure to conform, abide by a certain social structure, but I wanted to chart my own path. Making art has always been my journey to freedom, a way of ﬁnding balance.”
Ventimiglia received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry from Michigan State University in 1995. She has since studied Energy, Vibration and Feng Shui in order to learn how to create art that intentionally raises the vibration of the spaces it occupies.
Her commissions aim to explore the grandest version of the spaces we inhabit.
“The World we create is our reality, why not create something with unlimited potential and experience our evolution through art?”
Ventimiglia has exhibited her work in notable art institutions such as the University of Berkeley in San Francisco, the Denver Botanical Gardens, and La Napoule Art Foundation. In addition, Ventimiglia has been commissioned by a myriad of corporate institutions such as the Corson Dental Group, Butler Snow Law Firm, Children’s Hospital, Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children, Mental Health of Denver, Highlands Ranch Hospital, Exempla Good SamaritanComprehensive Cancer Center, Lockheed Martin, and Sonny’s Rocks Fine Jewelry Store.
She was named one of the Top 25 Artists of 2019 by DESTIG Magazine and has been featured in other publications such as House and Garden Magazine, 5280 Magazine, Salann Magazine, Awake Ari Magazine, The Scout Guide Denver, and the Glass Craftsman Magazine.
Her work was selected “Best of Santa Fe” for the Santa Fe Arts District in Denver, Colorado.
Natalie Ventimiglia is currently represented by Our Red Moon Art Glass Gallery in Melbourne Australia, Piece Glass Gallery in Vail, CO, Element ﬁne art gallery in Denver, Colorado as well as several local art consultants and interior designers.