NATALIA KOREN KROPF is a contemporary artist, based in New York, specializing in drawing, painting, printmaking, and sculpture. Natalia was born in St.Petersburg, Russia, where she graduated from the Ioganson School of Fine Arts at the National Fine Art Academy. Upon arriving in NYC, Natalia has graduated from Parsons School of Design. She has continued her education at the School of Visual Arts and the Arts Students League of New York.
Inspired by nature, music, and science, movement and light remain recurring themes in her artworks, to which she refers as visual poems.
Notable exhibitions include New York University East Galleries, Parsons School of Design Gallery, NYC; International Print Center of New York, Center for Contemporary Printmaking, CT; RAVE MIAMI Art Fair, Silvermine Artists Guild, CT; Lynn Art Museum, MA; Arts Club of Washington DC; Strathmore Mansion, MD; New York Public Library, Art Students League of New York, Awagami Paper Mill, Tokushima, Japan; Kreuzeskirche Gallery, Essen, Germany; Modern Art Museum ARTMUZA, St.Petersburg, Russia, The State Darwin Museum, Moscow, Russia. Natalia's work is in international private collections.
Natalia Koren Kropf is a member of the National Association of Women Artists, where she served as a President in 2019-2021. She also is a member of the Art Students League of New York, Monotype Guild of New England, and the American Pushkin Society Artists Guild.