Mike Natter


Dimensions listed are in inches.

We want to help you elevate your walls affordably, while focusing on the pieces you actually need - that's why our selection of curated framed prints are available to own at an accessible price point. Your walls are about to look so good - Jenna will look stunning hanging in your .

Elevate your walls with medical art by the amazingly talented Dr. Mike Natter.
we donate to JDRF with each purchase of Dr. Natter's work.
Available for world-wide shipping. Please allow up to two weeks to receive your treats.

How to hang:

Framed Prints 11x14 and 12x12 inches or smaller include a sawtooth hanger (you'll need a nail and hammer to install). Larger Framed Prints include mounted brackets and a hardware kit, so all you'll need is a hammer.


Scratch-resistant. Wipe clean with a damp cloth.

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Art in real life

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Today is the first day of #Nursesweek. Now, more than ever before, recognizing and appreciating our nursing colleagues is vital. I personally am thankful for all the nurses at NYU, Bellevue, and the VA that I have had the honor to serve with but to also call my friends. Theyve endured constant changes to protocol, teams, units, and patient care. Behind layers of PPE, masks and extended IV tubing, their heart and humanity still always readily apparent. I created a portrait of the amazing @jennawallaaa , a talented, kind, hard working, intelligent ICU nurse who posted her reflections after a month in the COVID ICU. Her words are profound and the image she posted, which my portrait is based on, hauntingly beautiful. It moved me. Thank you for all you do, Jenna. And thank you to all of the nurses- you and my colleagues are what have kept me going during these difficult times and you all continue to inspire me daily. Thank you. Love you guys. “1 month of COVID19 wrecking my city and my hospital. 1 month of COVID19 bringing tears of agony and frustration. 1 month of changes and perseverance 1 month of more death than ever imaginable. 1 month to see 1,000 people discharged. 1 month. 30 days... how can you say this is just a ‘bad flu’?” -Jenna W., RN. #covid #covid19 #nurses #RN #nursingweek #thankyou #coronavirus #nyc #happynursesweek #NP #CRNA #nurses #nycstrong #icu #abccelebratesnurses #goodmorningamerica #thirdhourtoday

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