"There is beauty in everything. Every face, each with a unique story; every event, no matter how bittersweet. I try to capture that truth through my art" says Natasha. 
Through her art, American artist Natasha Kramskaya tries to capture the movement of nature, depth of our spirit, and fragility of life. Born in Ukraine, Natasha spent hours exploring nature of the Black Sea region. She started painting at a very early age and was inspired by the art of Vincent van Gogh, Salvador Dali, Ivan Kramskoi, Matisse, Morris Louis, and Katsushika Hokusai to name a few.
Just before her 21st birthday, after studying architecture, she came to live in the US. She graduated from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco where she studied art and design. After graduation, she begun working as a designer and Creative Director in the heart of Silicon Valley, doing art every free moment she got. 
Natasha is moved by color. One of her most intense experiences was seeing Yves Klein's all-blue canvases at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SF MOMA) back in early 2000s. Natasha mostly works with acrylic and mixed media, occasionally painting in oil. She's developed her own technique where she paints with wide visceral brush strokes, often using paint directly from a tube. Passionate about the environment, she often incorporates discarded single-use plastic, packaging and other objects into her work.
Natasha’s art has been featured by Content Magazine, Singulart, La Raiz Magazine, and more. She is a featured artist on Saatchi Art, one of the world's biggest online galleries. Natasha has had multiple exhibitions around the San Francisco Bay Area and the Pacific Northwest, and her art can be found in galleries and private collections across the United States, as well as internationally. 
See Natasha's latest works, get info on her current art shows, and follow her art journey on Instagram @kramskaya_art.
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