Tatiyana Kraevskaya was born in a small town in Moldova. She met the requirements to enter the Children’s Art School. She studied drawing, painting, composition, and art history.
Then Tatiyana began studying at an art college. After graduation, she began working as a high school art teacher. Tatiyana chose to continue her education at the VGIK in Moscow, Russia, spending six productive years in the art department.
In January 1994, Tatiyana immigrated to the United States 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, Philadelphia PA; Artspace2000 Canada.
In December 1999 Tatiyana K. Fuhrman became a citizen of the USA. Her paintings are in museums & private art collections.