Natalie Rae Good lives and works in New Mexico. She is interested in time, its passage and traces left behind, the earth's natural cycles, maps, memory. Natalie works in print, clay, and performance and enjoys making all sorts of objects that attempt to bear witness / collect record of brief moments in the earth’s own daily self-reinvention.


Natalie has shown drawings, prints, and sculptural installations in venues in New York, Virginia, Oregon, Michigan, New Mexico, and Ohio. She has participated in projects with the Moving Crew artists group and has collaborated with Rob Andrews for performances at Exit Art, RUSH Arts, and English Kills in New York. She teaches workshops in cyanotype and letterpress and runs a custom letterpress printing business, Etc. Letterpress.


Natalie was the 2019-2020 Artist In Residence in the Ceramics Department at Western New Mexico University. She has been awarded residencies at the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation and the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center.


Natalie has worked at various arts institutions including the Chinati Foundation in Marfa, TX, David Zwirner in New York, NY, Star Axis in Las Vegas, NM, and Holt/Smithson Foundation in Santa Fe, NM where she currently acts as Collection Manager and Registrar. She continues to work as an art handler, courier, exhibit designer, and shipping coordinator for traveling exhibitions around the country.