‘Change Is Good’, 2020
Painted during October-November 2020, this painting represents the hope for good things. With election, and artist’s personal life transitions, this painting reaffirms the necessary need for change, even tough it often comes with challenges and fear of the unknown — hence the deliberate choice of a highly textural canvas. Letting the paint flow where it may in some areas, while directing it with decisive precision in others is a reaffirmation to use change is opportunities to turn something difficult into something positive. This work plays with warm and cool colors balancing them in perfect harmony. The heavier weight of the blue pushes into the background as the warm pops of orange and red move to the center of focus.
$1,050.00 with free continental US shipping
Acrylic and mixed media on canvas, 26 inches wide, by 24 inches tall, by .75 inches deep.

Painted on an artisan-made highly textured one-of-a-kind canvas. Ready to hang with gallery-style metal wire (unframed).
‘California Gold’, 2018
This oil painting was created in September of 2018 from a real scene by the Coyote Ridge Open Space Preserve in San Jose, California. The lone oak stands still in the dried golden brush under the harsh California sun. Beautiful yet fragile scene. Painted right around the Californian fire season — for this work Natasha developed her own technique where oil paint is showing cracking multiple places around the canvas, conveying the beauty of nature, and the fragility of life.
$750.00 with free continental US shipping
Oil on canvas, 24 inches wide, by 12 inches tall, by 1.5 inches deep.
Painted on a recycled canvas. Ready to hang with gallery-style metal wire (unframed).
'Self Portrait on Blue’, 2021
This artist self-portrait was painted over a period of several months at the beginning of year 2021. The painting, with its wild colors and bold brushstrokes, reflects tough turbulent times with their many challenges and emotions. Yet there is a sense of hope, like in many Natasha's paintings. The eyes of the artist stare deep into a viewer's sole. Beautiful work with many details — you'll find something new to explore each time you look at this portrait. 
$1,500.00 with free continental US shipping
Acrylic and mixed media on canvas, 26 inches wide, by 21 inches tall, by 1.5 inches deep, including frame.

Painted on an artisan-made highly textured one-of-a-kind canvas. Ready to hang with gallery-style metal wire (framed).
'Stam Calm’, 2020
Last painting Natasha created in 2020, it captures the year's chaotic nature of 2020 with its deliberate choice of a highly textural canvas. The chaos happening on the canvas is soothed by the colors Natasha chose, and the painting has a beautiful cooling effect. Main stage is given to three main colors; the warm pops of orange and green act a focal point.
$1,050.00 with free continental US shipping
Acrylic and mixed media on canvas, 26 inches wide, by 26 inches tall, by 0.75 inches deep.

Painted on an artisan-made highly textured one-of-a-kind canvas. Ready to hang with gallery-style metal wire (unframed).
‘Lola’, 2020
Painted in November of 2020. “The year 2020 has made me paint a lot faster, with more quick decisive brushstrokes. 2020 — the year of global pandemic — showed us that life is precious, and no time should be wasted”, says Natasha. ‘Lola’ is about raw energy; it is about movement, color, texture and emotion. The woman in the painting is confident, strong, determined, urban. Bright blocks of color, accompanied by graffiti-like paint drips bring this painting to life, while highlights of bright blue add electric energy to the overall work. This work was inspired by people and art seen around the city of San Jose, California, as well as the entire San Francisco Bay Area. 
$950.00 with free continental US shipping
Acrylic on canvas, 12 inches wide by 16 inches tall, by 0.5 inches deep.
Ready to hang with gallery-style metal wire (unframed).
‘August Moon’, 2020
Painted in August of 2020, around the start of Californian fire season. Between August 14 and August 16, Northern California was subjected to record-breaking warm temperatures. August 2020 marked the start of a series of 650 lightning wildfires in Northern California. Soft colors seen in this painting are created by the mixing of blue clouds and pink smoke in the air. Realistic moon with its dark spot is the single focus of the work, remaining the one calm and untouched by the events. 
$650.00 with free continental US shipping
Acrylic and oil on canvas, 20 inches wide by 18 inches tall, by 0.5 inches deep.
Painted on an artisan-made highly textured one-of-a-kind canvas. Ready to hang with gallery-style metal wire (unframed).
The work was inspired by a reference photo where the picture was mirrored, so the moon is seen from the reversed angle, making it a perfect metaphor for the times we live in.
‘Ode to Frida’, 2020
"Most colorful and vidid painting portrait of Frida Kahlo, the way I see her" says Natasha. The portrait, with its pops of every color of the rainbow is set against a deep forest green background. You can spot a hammer and sickle in Frida's earrings — a nod to her involvement with communist party and being romantically involved with Trotsky. Painted in the color blocking technique Natasha has developed over the years.
$3,999.00 + shipping
Acrylic on gallery canvas, 30 inches wide, by 40 inches tall, by 1.5 inches deep.
Ready to hang with gallery-style metal wire (unframed).
‘Pretty Girl’, 2020
Expressive portrait of a pretty young woman. Painted with wide colorful brush strokes — Natasha's own technique she has been developing over the years. Painted on a very rough, almost burlap-like textured canvas which adds extra character to the painting. 
$450.00 with free continental US shipping
Acrylic on canvas, 8 inches wide by 10 inches tall, by 0.8 inches deep.
Painted on an artisan-made highly textured one-of-a-kind canvas. Ready to hang with gallery-style metal wire (unframed). 
Some vertical lines of the canvas texture are more pronounced in the middle of the work, but they disappear depending on the light angle or if you're standing further. Additional photographs are available upon request.
‘Santorini’, 2018
Big decisive brush strokes of blue, white, ochre, and red populate this work with gusto. One of Natasha's earlier oils, painted at a time where she was developing her own color blocking technique, and her process can be seen in this work very well. At first the work looks busy, but the moment one's eye starts following the scene one's overjoyed by the serenity of the sea, warmth of the city, and calmness of the sky. A single blue-domed Greek orthodox church creates a single focal point — Natasha's trademark — near the center of the painting.
$850.00 with free continental US shipping
Acrylic on gallery canvas, 16 inches wide, by 12 inches tall, by 0.5 inches deep.
Ready to hang with gallery-style metal wire (unframed).
‘Everyday Heroes’, 2020
Natasha painted ‘Everyday Heroes’ at the close of the tough year of 2020 during the times of change, rising Covid cases, uncertainty, and fear. The woman surgeon in the painting isn’t based on a real person, rather she was inspired by multiple people and the artist’s imagination. Her eyes look tired yet there is a sense of hope. She stands against a dark background, yet she is turned towards the light. Bold brush strokes and paint drips suggest the tumultuous times, but bright bursts of blue inject positivity. The painting is dedicated to all everyday heroes of 2020 and celebrates all doctors, nurses, factory workers, store clerks, delivery drivers and everyone else continuing going to work while wearing a mask. May all of our everyday heroes be safe.
$1,250.00 with free continental US shipping
Acrylic on canvas, 24 inches wide, by 19 inches tall, by 0.5 inches deep.
Painted on an artisan-made highly textured one-of-a-kind canvas. Ready to hang with gallery-style metal wire (unframed).
‘Santa Barbara’, 2020
Natasha painted this acrylic canvas inspired by her road trip to Santa Barbara back in the summer of 2019. A single rowboat, tied at a foot of Santa Barbara's Stearns Wharf, seen gently swaying in the calm turquoise waters. The boat, painted in the same colors as the waters of the Pacific Ocean, almost disappears into the environment. Its shadows in the water create a soft moving outline. 
$1,100.00 with free continental US shipping
Oil and acrylic on canvas, 24 inches wide, by 26 inches tall, by 0.8 inches deep.
Painted on an artisan-made highly textured one-of-a-kind canvas. Ready to hang with gallery-style metal wire (unframed).
‘Untitled’, 2021
Painted on a rough textured canvas, this quick abstract acrylic painting is a perfect example of the kind of work Natasha did in the period of late 2020 / early 2021. Watercolor-like liquid background and lines of colorful paint in foreground, applied directly from the tube.
$399.00 with free continental US shipping
Acrylic on canvas, 2 feet 5 inches wide, by 3 feet tall, by 0.75 inches deep. 
Painted on an artisan-made highly textured one-of-a-kind canvas. Ready to hang with gallery-style metal wire (unframed).
‘Icefjord’, 2018
Melting glaciers, rising temperatures, longer droughts — what will our future look like? This painting explores the magnificent Ilulissat Icefjord, Greenland, as it's slowly melting under everlasting setting sun. 
$399.00 with free continental US shipping
Oil and pigmented grout on canvas, 14 inches wide by 11.75 inches tall (including frame). 
Ready to hang with gallery-style metal wire and comes in a wooden frame.
‘Deconstructed’, 2021
Self-portrait acrylic painting / mixed media collage work. The painting reflects the intense year of 2021 and all the things happening in artist's personal life. Done in summer of 2021. Inspired by art, Ukraine, nature, music, and the different medias / materials.
$350.00 with free continental US shipping
Acrylic, pencil, marker, photography and collage on oil paper, 10 inches wide by 13 inches tall (including frame). 
Ready to hang with gallery-style metal wire and comes in a wooden frame.
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