Biography
 
Competitions and Awards

Natalie Stovall was raised in Houston, Texas where she attended the High School for the Performing and Visual Arts.  After graduation in 1980, she was awarded a Ford Foundation scholarship to study art at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.

In 1982, she transferred to the University of Arizona’s School of Fine Art.  She graduated there in 1984 with a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts, specializing in drawing and painting.

In 1985, she enrolled in the master’s degree of Fine Arts program at Wichita State University in Wichita, Kansas.  Her major was drawing and painting.  While there, she taught freshman and sophomore drawing as well as beginning photography.  Ms. Stovall earned her Master’s of Fine Arts in 1987.

After returning to Houston in 1987, she began working at a real estate development firm.  She became Marketing Director there where some of her responsibilities included overseeing video production, producing flyers, brochures, and invitations, and handling sign production and installation.

By 1999, she began working as a full-time artist.  She has recently completed illustrating a children’s book.

 

2016 Invited to show at the Roswell Fine Arts League Gallery

2016 First Prize, Landscape, The Texas Pastel Society 2016 National Juried Competition/Exhibition

2009 Selected for the Best of America Pastel ArtistsVolume II

2009 Currently showing in the Square Moon Gallery Ruidoso New Mexico

2008 First Place Central Texas Pastel Society 7th Annual Membership Competition

2005-2006 Municipal Art Show at City Hall –     Houston, Texas

2002 Floral Show at Sable V Gallery – Galveston, Texas

2001 Works on Paper Show: Mixed Bag Gallery –      Houston, Texas

2001 Art League of Houston Show & Competition 2001 Sugar Land Area Artists’ Show – Sugar Land, Texas

2000 Lone Star Art Guild Show – Honorable Mention – Sugar Land, Texas

1998 One-Man Show at Horton Foote Theatre –      Sealy, Texas

One-Man Show at Wichita State University

First Place – 1st Annual Mural Competition       Washington University – St.Louis, Missouri

Museum of Fine Arts – Wichita, Kansas

Barton County College Juried Show – Kansas

Arts in the Midwest – Garden City, KansasWomen in the Arts – Kansas City, Kansas

Houston Westside Art Festival