Natalia Koren Kropf

Circle Dance
16 x 13 monoprint / woodcut, 2012


NATALIA KOREN KROPF explores the movement, the momentary phase of a life long dance. The life of a New York City artist can be full of contrasts, of unexpected turns, and within it one has to stay centered. Her art reveals the spiritual journey within a dance, extending beyond just contemporary figurative art into the realm of the unseen – the trajectory of movement and sound, and a pause – a freeze frame of animation – in seemingly random compositions, which are all a part of a continuum of oneness.


NATALIA KOREN KROPF was born in St.Petersburg, Russia. She graduated from Ioganson School oh Fine Art at the National Fine Art Academy. In 1992 she immigrated to New York City, where she currently lives and works. Natalia has graduated from Parsons School of Design majoring in illustration. She also attended Continued Education classes at School of Visual Arts and Arts Students League of New York.
Exhibitions include NYU East galleries, New York Public Library, IPCNY, CCP, New Cannaan,CT, Chelsea NYC.
Natalia is an active member of National Association of Women Artists and Center for Contemporary Printmaking. Her work is in private collections of Germany, Nederlands, Austria, Japan, Finland, Lesotho, USA and Canada.
For over a decade Natalia continues to share her passion and knowledge of art with her students at KOREN KROPF studio.