Meet the Artist

Fourth Tuesdays at 3 pm and Select Dates and Times

Join the Guild in celebrating one of our fine artists in an informal presentation of their work, process, inspiration and tools. Raise a glass! You will be able to ask questions. The program was formerly held on Fridays at 5 p.m.and will now be offered at a new time on Zoom (see individual programs for times.)

Please refer to the Calendar​ for details about specific upcoming events.


Meet the Artist

Natalie Tyler



Tuesday, October 25, 2022, at 3 pm

Co-Presented with:

Lenox Library, Lenox

Bushnell Sage Library, Sheffield

Berkshire Athenaeum, Pittsfield

Ramsdell Library, Housatonic

Mason Library, Great Barrington

and other area libraries.

Zoom link:
Join on Zoom

Meeting ID: 859 9670 7071

Password: 476704

“Nature has always fascinated and inspired me, as I find harmony within such intricate systems. My artwork explores the fragile and forceful elements of nature. Since we are from the earth, not above it, I have always believed the answers to our questions are right here in front of us. I am currently creating large scale sculptures about the effects of Climate Change on the environment. These sculptures represented fire, air, earth and water.

Fire & Ice is an exhibition of WildFire and Thaw, two outdoor sculptures which can be seen through Oct. 31 at Chesterwood historic home and studio of Daniel Chester French. I have a background in bronze and glass casting. I sculpt the work, make molds, then cast a version in wax. Using the lost wax process, I then transform the work into glass or bronze.

Having a strong background in bronze casting has enabled me to take risks with glass casting, pushing limits to what the glass is able to do. I have been finding surprisingly great results.

Bronze makes something that in nature is decaying and ephemeral, more permanent. Glass allows me to use light and color to breathe life into the sculpture, deepening the significance of the piece. I hope my sculptures raise awareness and inspire change, so we can come together to nourish and protect our environment.”