Art & Wine with Natalia Bradshaw
Natalia Bradshaw: How to Consider Acquiring Art
We invite you to join us for an evening of Art & Wine presented by Natalia Bradshaw. Natalia is the Chair of Art Month and a leading Art Advisor.
About Natalia Bradshaw
Natalia Bradshaws eye was honed in childhood growing up in numerous countries, surrounded by artists and writers. As keen travellers, her parents helped to direct her connoisseurship in art from an early age. Natalia received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Canada in 1979, majoring in painting and drawing and from there pursued a career in public relations and arts administration, leaving the creation of art to others more capable. After a shift in career and personal circumstances and having collected for decades, Natalia became an art advisor in 2004, and is now regarded as one of the best connected and discerning art advisors in Australia for private, corporate and public collections.
Natalia has always collected art in a methodical way, focusing on curatorial gravitas and sustained value. While working within arts organisations (including the Museum of Contemporary Art, Art Gallery of New South Wales (AGNSW), Australia Council, the Historic Houses Trust of NSW, and then helping to re-launch Art & Australia) and sitting on various leading visual art committees, she developed close and respected relationships with artists, curators and gallerists. Very involved in the contemporary visual art community, Natalia is Chair of Art Month, contacted as VIP Collector Manager for the inaugural Sydney Contemporary art fair, was a non-executive Director of the Glenorchy Art & Sculpture Park (GASP!) in Hobart, sat on the AGNSW Contemporary Collection Benefactors (CCB) committee for more than a decade, on the Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize Advisory Committee for many years, is a benefactor to various visual arts bodies and was pro bono advisor to the Eye Foundation and the Bundanon Trust on specific visual arts projects. Natalias passion for environmental sustainability is also reflected in her having been on the steering committee for 350.org Australia, using art as an awareness catalyst.
Clients include numerous private individuals and corporate entities.
Focusing on both established and newly emerging Australian wines:
Yarrabank Cuvee Late Disgorged 2004
Grosset Springvale Riesling 2012
Kilikanoon Oracle Shiraz 2010
Atlas Reserve Watervale Riesling 2012
Atlas Section 32 Clare Valley Shiraz 2011
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