Nataliya Scheib is a Ukrainian-American contemporary artist active in collage, assemblage, and paintings, and currently lives and works in Houston, Texas.
She completed a 4-year structured classical training in drawing, painting, and composition. After graduating, Nataliya received a BA degree in Architectural Engineering four years later. After another six years she earned a Master’s Degree of Civil Engineering majoring in Urban and City Planning, while she continued working as an architect.
Nataliya have been continuing her art education by participating in art residencies, workshops, and advances classes in Glassell Art School with Houston Museum of Fine Arts.
Nataliya’s work has been included in a number of art exhibitions in the U.S. and Internationally in Romania, London, UK and Berlin, Germany. Some of the national places she has exhibited include Lawndale Art Center in Houston, Texas; North Gallery Department of Art and Design of San Jacinta College in Houston, Texas; Fine Art Museum in Gadsden, Alabama; Nicolet Gallery at Nicolet College, Wisconsin, Dacia Gallery, New York City, New York, amongst others.
Additionally, Nataliya’s work has been selected for the exhibitions by National Association of Women Artists; Oil Painters of America; and National Oil and Acrylic Painters Society.
Nataliya also has received several awards and honors, and a Special Recognition Award for Outstanding Art for her oil paintings, and her work was included in Artist Portfolio Magazine, and ArtAscent Magazine, among other publications. Nataliya was selected among 79 artists of the United States to be included in the publication Art Buzz “The 2014 Collection, Volume 7” with her landscape painting "Umbrella Man."
This year Nataliya have been selected to participate in two Intensive Art Residencies in Berlin, Germany. One art residency is in July 2015 at the Autocenter Summer Academy and another, by Berlin Art Institute has been completed in September 2015.
Abstract and Abstracted Artworks