Natori Green

b. 1992, New Orleans LA

Spanning paintings, video installation, photography, and textile design, Green’s artwork is reflective. Her portraits and landscape paintings immerse viewers. A New Orleans native, her work intimately explores the concepts of race, gender, and her upbringing, opening the viewer's consciousness to their own perceptions as they stare at mirror-like afros hairstyles and urban landscapes that often feature reflective Louisiana native plants and classic New Orleans architecture. 

She has had solo shows at Second Story Gallery in New Orleans. Two-person shows and multi-group shows include Tempus Projects Gallery in Tampa, Florida,  “Sisters Solidarity,” at Second Story Gallery, “Reconstruction” at the Antenna Gallery, “Conversations” at Artspace3116, and Painting Our Own Story - Singing Our Own Song, The McKenna Museum of African American Art.

She was an artist-in-residence at the OXBOW School in Napa Valley, California, H.E.R Digital Residency, Southern Heat Exchange.  She is a founding member of two New Orleans-based visual arts collectives Ladies in Art and Painters Painting Painters. She holds a Visual Communications A.A.S from Delgado Community College. 

Her work has been reviewed by Anti Gravity Magazine, Gambit Magazine, PelicanBomb.com, the New Orleans weekly Gambit, and A Community Voice Radio Show on WAMF 90.3 FM. Her artwork has been displayed in public and in private collections.