Artist Bio


Haseltine is an international artist, a pioneer in the field of SciArt, an environmental advocate and educator. Haseltine frequently collaborates with scientists and engineers to create work that addresses the link to between our cultural and biological evolution. Known for her outsized renditions of microscopic and sub-microscopic life she works in the lab and field infusing scientific inquiry with poetry. In 2007, Haseltine created NYC’s first solar-powered oyster reef. She was awarded the Explorer’s Club Flag75 for her three-year voyage around the world studying the ocean’s relationship to climate change with Tara Expeditions.

Haseltine received her undergraduate degree in Studio Art and Art History from Oberlin College and her master’s degree from the San Francisco Art Institute with a double degree in New Genres and Sculpture. She has exhibited and worked throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia, and at the National Museum of Trinidad and Tobago in the Port of Spain, Trinidad. She has taught at The New School in NYC, and she is a member of both the Sculptors Guild of NYC as well as the Explorer’s Club. She works out of Los Angeles , Paris and Orland Maine. Her work has been published in The Times, Le Monde, The Guardian, and Architectural Record etc…