Natalia Koren Kropf

A Rose in the Garden
Monoprint 15 x 11, 2010


Natalia Koren Kropf was born and raised in St.Petersburg, Russia in a family of artists. Although she lives and works in New York City for a couple of decades, her art is inspired by nature, by its endless variation, by its cohesiveness and by its casual simplicity highlighting a moment of time and its timelessness. In her work she studies a line, a silhuette, a gesture, a color that affect the mood, the implicit meaning of a scene, visualizing a line of poetry, creating an atmosphere of pensive surroundings and tranquil reflections. Natalia believes that her art provides a sensory relief for an urban dweller, overstimulated and eventually fatigued by colors, sounds and a structured daily schedule. The artist is eager to share this spiritually empowering passion for natural beauty with everyday public spaces or homes. Commissions for private residences and site specific interior projects are welcomed.


Born and raised in St.Petersburg, Russia.  Lives and works in New York City since 1992.


National Association of Women Artists, NAWA Exhibition Chair

KorenKropf Studio, Owner and Art Instructor

Aquarian Woman Project, Creator


School of Visual Arts, NYC

Parsons School of Design, NYC

Art Students League, NYC

National Academy of Fine Arts, St.Petersburg, Russia

Classical Lyceum of Fine Arts, St.Petersburg, Russia


Work is represesented in private collections of Germany, Austria, Czech Rebublic, Cyprus, Finland, Russia, Japan, Lesotho, Argentina, and throughout the United States.


2016 Jean M. Leeman award for ‎Printmaking

2014 Esther C. Gayner Memorial Award for Printmaking

2018 NAWA Certificate of Excellence Award in Photography