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Nathalia Calderon was born in Quito, Ecuador. At the age of 4 she moved to the United States with her mother and grandmother. She resided in South Florida for 22 years. 


In 2003 she graduated from Alexander Dreyfoos School of the Arts High school, where she began her concentration on feminist artwork. Independently she was award with the Feminist Award from the George Snow Foundation in 2003. She then received her A.S. in Interior Design from Palm Beach State College in 2006. In 2012, she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Florida Atlantic University, graduating with Magna Cum Laude honors. Under the guidance of Professor Blane De St Croix she fully developed a strong body of work in sculpture. Calderon has now relocated to Holly, Michigan. In 2015 she earned her Masters in Fine Art; Sculpture from the Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield, Michigan. Under the guidance of Heather McGill she expanded her interest into deeper roots and bigger questions.


Her work can be described as conceptual, facetious, and gender specific. She's continues to focus on body image,culture anthropology and evolution subjects.

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