Cassie Berube is a mixed media artist and printmaker residing in Northern California.
Raised on a Native American reservation in the mountains of Montana, Berube’s work is deeply rooted in nature. Exploring different landscapes and its flora, sketching out botanicals and using actual plants to make her pieces are all a part of her unique process.
Currently she is focused on large scale installations, using layers of monoprints, acrylics and resin to evoke a feeling of total immersion in enchanting naturescape.
Berube’s pieces have been featured in British GQ, House & Garden Britain, and Folsom’s Style Magazine. She’s shown at the Urban Hive, Studio 10, Blue Line Arts and ASIF. In 2019 she was awarded the Denis Diderot grant and residency at Chateau Orquevaux, France.
Inspired by nature but concerned with its future, Berube hopes her pieces will bring a better appreciation for our natural resources and the great outdoors.