Natalia Piacheva has two diplomas from the famous Russian schools of Fine Arts.
Her first diploma was obtained from the Serov College of Art and Design in St-Petersbourg in 1990. The second diploma was earned from the Stroganov University of Fine Art and Design in Moscow, 1997.
Natalia’s diploma work now decorates the Hall of the Gnessin Academy of Music. In 2004 Natalia was awarded a Gold Medal from the All-Russian Exposition Centre.
Natalia’s student years consisted primarily of numerous personal and group expositions. Having recognized her talent Russian and International expositions have exhibited her works since 1990. Including:
Nine International Salons in the Central House of Arts, which is the biggest exposition hall in Moscow.
All-Russian Exposition Centre (2004). Thematic expositions.
The Shaliapin museum (2000).
The Tchaikovsky Concert Hall (1997-1998).
Montreal Solo Exhibitions (2005 – 2006.
New York ArtExpo 2007.
In 2000, the state television channel “The Culture” produced and featured a documentary film about Natalia.
Natalia’s works are held in private collections throughout Russia, Australia, Belgium, Canada, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Japan, Spain, United Kingdom and USA.
“The warm rich colors and balanced composition, distinguishes Natalia’s paintings. Her paintings carry a kindness that conveys and excites cheerful emotions”.
Articles in Newspapers and Magazines:
"Artexpo New York 2007" the Exposition Catalogue.
"Motiefgroep Schaken" 2007, Netherlands, the Exposition Catalogue.
"Art Business News" USA 12.2006. Articles about artist.
"Moscow International Art Salon - 2002" the Exposition Catalogue.
"Moscow International Art Salon - 1999" the Exposition Catalogue.
"Salon Interior" 7.1999 Articles about artist.