January 27 — February 17, 2024
'The (Anti) Valentine Show
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Works / San José
Community Art and Performance Center
38 South Second Street, San José, California 95113
With so much tension in the world, and so much need for love, this exhibit focuses on love and angst with a wide range of statements in a wide range of media. Natasha's painting, Talisman, is shown at the exhibit.
Exhibition hours run January 28 to February 17:
Fridays 12-6pm, Saturdays and Sundays 12-4pm

Thursday, February 8, 2024, 5 pm
'Celebrating 20 years of Hearts in San Francisco'

Hearts in SF Gala
The Conservatory at One Sansome
San Francisco, California
Hearts in San Francisco is one of the most widely recognized public art projects around the world. 2024 celebrates the 20th anniversary of Hearts in San Francisco sculptures that raise critical funds for our city’s public hospital, Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center, and twenty years of investing in health equity and innovation for all who live here. Since the project’s inception, San Francisco Bay Area artists have created more than 500 hearts that have gone on display all across the city of San Francisco and beyond, from Union Square to the lobbies and conference rooms of corporate supporters throughout the state, including Bank of America, Genentech, Intel, Kaiser, Twitter, and Wells Fargo. 
To see Natasha's heart sculpture for this year's Hearts in SF project, come to the Hearts in SF Gala at the beautiful Conservatory at One Sansome, San Francisco downtown. Tickets go on sale on November 30, 2023. More info at sfghf.org/hearts-in-sf-2024

November 25 — December 17, 2023
'Homecoming: the 2023 Works member exhibition'

Works / San José
Community Art and Performance Center
38 South Second Street, San José, California 95113
The member exhibition returns after pandemic and our move to a dramatic new space in downtown San José! Nearly a hundred artists who help support your community art and performance center demonstrate and celebrate the myriad artistic expression in our region. Don’t miss this impressive salon of local talent in painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, digital art, sonic AI, and more, including Natasha's 2023 large portrait work. Exhibit hours: Fridays 12-6pm, Saturdays and Sundays 12-4pm. South First Friday art walk: December 1, 5-9pm.

February 3 — March 4, 2023
'2023 Community Art Auction exhibition'

Works / San José
Community Art and Performance Center
38 South Second Street, San José, California 95113
A benefit auction exhibition for Works/San José art center. More than 100 artworks can be seen on display, including Natasha's 2021 large portrait work. Open to public Fridays 12–6pm, Saturdays and Sundays 12–4pm. Auction closing night: Saturday, March 4, 5–6pm.

December 16, 2022 — January 21, 2023
'Bay Area Gems'

1Culture Art Gallery
136 E Santa Clara St, San José, CA 95113 
5 of Natasha's works are on display at this group exhibit downtown San José, showcasing 14 local artists from around the San Francisco Bay Area. Natasha, along with several artists, is seen in the photo (first on left of the bottom photo).
Opening weekend of December 16-17th, 2022
VIP reception: Saturday Dec. 17th (5pm-9pm)
Free admission

June 2022
'This Moment on Earth'

Wilsonville Arts & Culture Council (WACC)
PO Box 2510, Wilsonville, OR 97070 
Wilsonville Arts & Culture Council invited artists from everywhere to dwell on issues happening in the world at this moment. The call came in early February and at that time Natasha just painted a homeless man laying under a tree in a park on a winter sunny day, with a row of houses visible on the street behind him. Captured from a real scene she saw while on a walk in a San Jose, California neighborhood park. The painting was selected along with works from 65 other artists to exhibit live and virtually. The painting can be viewed on WACC's site at wilsonvillearts.org/moment.

March 9th — 19th, 2022
'SF Bay Area Artists for Ukraine' — Fundraiser Exhibit for World Central Kitchen

700 Gilman Street, Berkeley, California 94710
Multiple San Francisco Bay Area artists came together to raise funds to benefit the World Central Kitchen's work in Ukraine during the heartbreaking Russian invasion of Ukraine. Two of Natasha's works were selected for the show, one of which — her self portrait, inspired by her Ukrainian heritage — was sold. More than $15,000 in total was raised at this fundraiser.

February 4th — March 4th, 2022
'(in)famous (Anti) Valentine Show'

Works
365 S Market St, downtown San Jose, CA 95113 
There’s so much tension in the world, and so much need for love. This group show exhibit, opening at Works on the First Friday February art walk, explores a wide range of media: paintings, photography, sculpture, video, and digital images related to this topic. Natasha is showing two works at the exhibit; the two works are done exactly 10 years apart — the portrait work she painted in 2022 is using the colors seen in her 2012 work. Come see Natasha's journey as an artist.
Mercury News published an article on the exhibition.

February 2022
'Going Home'

Wilsonville Arts & Culture Council (WACC)
PO Box 2510, Wilsonville, OR 97070 
Wilsonville Arts & Culture Council invited artists from across the nation and around the world to consider the words Nest, Home, and Habitat and to reflect on how their concept of Home has changed in the two years since the pandemic began. Natasha's painting, titled California Gold, was selected as one of multiple works shown at this international virtual exhibition. The oil painting — created from a real scene by the Coyote Ridge Open Space Preserve in San Jose, California — can be found on Natasha's Available Art page as well as on WACC's site at wilsonvillearts.org/going-home.

December 3rd, 2021 — January 8th, 2022
'HARK! Art Show'

KALEID Gallery
320 S 1st Street, downtown San Jose, CA 95112
10 of Natasha's works on display.
In-person gallery hours:
Thursday–Friday* 12pm–7pm
Saturday 12pm–5pm 
*First Fridays 5pm–9pm

September 10th — October 3rd, 2021
'An American Mosaic'
School of Arts & Culture Gallery
1700 Alum Rock Ave at King Road, San Jose, CA 95116 
Works/San José and Mosaic America present An American Mosaic: one view of the immense world of San José art. 8 of Natasha's works on display. Over 1000 of people visited the exhibition.

January 8th — February 20th, 2021
'Looking Back in 20/20'
Gallery 1202
7363 Monterey Street, downtown Gilroy, CA 95020 
Part of a group show of artists represented by the gallery. Multiple Natasha's works are shown. Looking to explore the silver linings of 2020. ​​​​​​​

February 1st — March 8th, 2020
'Foresight: 2020'
Works
365 S Market St, downtown San Jose, CA 95113 
Where is the future?
Group show exhibiting in a wide range of media to these and other temporal quandaries with 200 works of art, including 3 paintings of Natasha's.

November 18th — December 31st, 2019
'Show Me Your Neon!'
Gallery 1202
7363 Monterey Street, downtown Gilroy, CA 95020 
Gallery's inaugural group show celebrating empowering women. One of Natasha's portraits was on display at this exhibit, along with work of many other female artists.
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