Based in Houston, TX
Noted for her meticulous collages, Nataliya Scheib has also been recognized for her traditional Ukrainian-style painting. A large-scale reproduction of her oil painting, “Roses and Hearts on the Blue Sky” was installed on a building façade at 901 Main Street – part of a 2016 Art Blocks Houston project.
Scheib’s work has been published in numerous periodicals and magazines, including: Houston Downtown Magazine; The Houston Chronicle; Art Studio; Local Houston Magazine; ArtAscent Magazine; Visit Houston Texas, Downtown District Houston, and Art Blocks Houston.
Her work has shown at several U.S. exhibitions and venues, including: Katy Contemporary Art Museum, Katy, TX; Fine Art Museum, Gadsden, AL; North Gallery Department of Art and Design, San Jacinta College, Houston, TX; Nicolet Gallery, Nicolet College, WI; Department of Art and History, University of Texas at Tyler, Tyler, TX; Lawndale Art Center, Houston, TX; Dacia Gallery, New York, NY; Blue Mountain Gallery, New York, NY; and Gallery Art7 in Fort Worth to name a few.
Most recently, Nataliya has a solo art exhibition at Tarleton State University, Dora Lee Langdon Cultural and Educational Center, Granbury, TX. She has also shown internationally in Berlin and Romania.
Scheib’s work has been featured in exhibition venues such as; The National Association of Women Artists; Oil Painters of America; National Oil and Acrylic Painters Society; The International Society of Experimental Artists; and CODAworx Magazine.
Scheib has received several awards and honors, including, “The Special Recognition Award for Outstanding Art, Landscapes Art Competition” for oil painting by the Light Space and Time Gallery. She was among 79 American artists to be represented in Art Buzz’s book, “The 2014 Collection, Volume VII.” Visit www.NataliyaScheib.com for additional information.
In 1986, Scheib completed an intensive 4-year classical art education at The School of Art, Ukraine. In 1990, she completed a BA in Architecture at the College of Construction and Architecture, Zhitomir, Ukraine. She then earned a Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering and City and Urban Planning at the Kiev National University of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Kiev, Ukraine, in 1997. After coming to the U.S, Scheib continued her studies in painting and collage at the Glassell School of Art with the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX, and in Art League Houston, TX.
Scheib has participated in international artist residencies in Romania and Germany. She was selected for the Summer 2015 “Autocenter: Intensive Art Residency” in Berlin. In September, Scheib contributed to a “Public Art Intervention” at the Berlin Art Institute, East Berlin, Germany.
Last year, Nataliya completed an outdoor private commission of the metal artwork design for a residential home in Medical District, Houston, TX.
Her works, including commissions, can be found in private collections in the United States, Ukraine, and Spain, and public works on the streets of East Berlin, Germany, as well as in the United States.