Best known for her labor-intensive collages, Nataliya Scheib most recently has been recognized for her Ukrainian style painting, “Roses and Hearts on the Blue Sky," a part of Art Blocks Houston project that was installed on the façade of 901 Main Street, Houston in the summer of 2016.

Born in Ukraine, Nataliya received an intensive 4-year classical art education, and later Bachelors of Art in Architecture and Master’s Civil Engineering Degree in City and Urban Planning.  In addition to her art education, Nataliya participated in several International artist residencies in Romania and Germany. She was selected by “Autocenter: Intensive Art Residency” in Berlin in the summer of 2015 and in September by Berlin Art Institute, where she also participated in a public art intervention in East Berlin, Germany. 

Nataliya Scheib 

Nataliya’s work has been included in a number of art exhibitions thought the US and in Berlin and Romania, at venues including Katy Contemporary Art Museum, Katy, Texas; Fine Art Museum in Gadsden, Alabama; North Gallery Department of Art and Design of San Jacinta College, Houston, Texas; Nicolet Gallery at Nicolet College, Wisconsin; Department of Art and History, University of Texas at Tyler, Tyler, TX; Lawndale Art Center, Houston, Texas; Dacia Gallery, New York City, NY, and Blue Mountain Gallery, New Your City, NY; among others. Additionally, Nataliya’s work has been selected for the exhibitions by National Association of Women Artists; Oil Painters of America; National Oil and Acrylic Painters Society; and International Society of Experimental Artists.

She received several awards and honors, including a Special Recognition Award for Outstanding Art for her oil paintings. Her work has been included in many publications including Houston Downtown Magazine, Houston Chronicle, Art Studio, Local Houston Magazine, ArtAscent Magazine, and Art Blocks Houston, CODAworx Magazine, amongst other publications. Nataliya was selected among 79 artists of the United States to be published in the book Art Buzz “The 2014 Collection, Volume 7."

Recently, Nataliya Scheib has completed her latest art commission – creative design with a color renderings of an architectural feature manufactured from metal for a private residence in the Medical Center area in Houston, Texas. 

This April, Nataliya announces the opening of her solo exhibition, "The Essence of the World,” at Dora Lee Langdon Cultural and Education Center at Tarleton State University, 308 East Pearl Street, Granbury, TX 76048 (Wort Worth area). The Opening Reception is Saturday, April 29, 2017, from 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM. The exhibition will be on view through Wednesday, June 21, 2017.