"Art is a spiritual language I use to communicate with people, no matter what language they speak. My work is about reaching every single heart by touching the deepest sanctuaries of the human soul. I invite viewers of my paintings to feel a higher awareness of light and reality."
Born in Moldova, Tatiyana Kraevskaya immigrated to the United States in 1994 where she continues to paint and exhibit her work at various galleries: Longview Museum of Fine Art Longview TX; Zimmerli Art Museum New Brunswick NJ; Springville Art Museum Springville UT; Masur Museum of Art Monroe LA; Amsterdam Whitney Gallery Chelsea, New York NY; APW Gallery Queens NY; Art Club Gallery Brooklyn NY; The Artist Alley Gallery San Francisco CA; Gallery 104 San Clemente CA; JWA Costa Mesa CA; EVVIVA Art Gallery Beverly Hills CA; Fingerhut Gallery La Jolla CA; Gallery on Broadway San Diego CA; 19 Street West Art Gallery Costa Mesa CA; Bronco Exhibit Gallery Pomona CA; Repartee Gallery Provo UT; Eloise Pickard Smith Gallery Santa Cruz CA; Plano Art Association Plano TX; Williams Fine Art Salt Lake City UT; David Ericson Fine Art Salt Lake City UT; Goggle Works Center for the Arts Reading PA; Huntington Beach Art Center Huntington Beach CA; Art Expo New York NY; Art Expo Los Angeles CA; International Art Fair Palm Springs CA; Art Philadelphia PA; Artspace2000 Canada.
Tatiyana Kraevskaya has been nominated for: The 2016 Certificate of Achievement Inspiration Artbook; The 2008 Bertha Pessel Greenblatt Memorial Award Pennsylvania; The 2007 Artspace Canada; Director’s Recognition Award from Period Gallery, Nebraska; Honorable Mention in the 30th Annual Juried Competition from Masur Museum of Art, Louisiana; Award of Excellence from Manhattan Arts International, New York; Professional Abstract Painting Award Intermountain Society of Artists, Utah.
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