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Natalia Koren Kropf is a contemporary artist, based in New York, working in drawing, painting, printmaking, and sculpture. Natalia has received a solid classical education, which allows her to explore many ways of expression, inspired by nature, music, and science. Movement and light remain recurring themes in her artworks, which she refers to as visual poems.


Notable exhibitions include New York University East Galleries, Parsons School of Design Gallery, NYC; International Print Center of New York, Center for Contemporary Printmaking, Norwalk, CT;  Silvermine Artists Guild, New Canaan, CT; Monotype of New England, Cambridge, MA; Lynn Art Museum, MA; Arts Club of Washington DC; Strathmore Mansion, Bethesda, MD;  New York Public Library, Art Students League of New York, Awagami Handmade Paper, Tokushima, Japan; Kreuzeskirche Gallery, Essen, Germany; RAVE MIAMI ART Fair, Miami, FL, ART EXPO New York.


Natalia Koren Kropf’s work is in national and international private collections.

She is a member of the National Association of Women Artists, where she served as a President during the tumultuous years of the Pandemic, 2019-2021. Presently on the Board of Directors.

She also is an Elected Member of the Allied Artists of America, the Art Students League of New York, Monotype Guild of New England.


2022  Allied Artists of America Associate Member Award for Sculpture

2020 Geometric Abstraction Competition: Solo Painting Show Award 

2019  Celia Kaufman Memorial Award For Innovative Ceramic Sculpture

2018  National Association of Women Artists Certificate of Excellence Award in Photography

2016  Jean M. Leeman Award for ‎Printmaking 

2014  Esther C. Gayner Memorial Award for Printmaking 



Work is represented in private collections in Germany, Austria, Czech Republic, Greece, Cyprus, Finland, Russia, Japan, Lesotho, Argentina, and the United States.


  •   School of Visual Arts

          New York City

  •  Parsons School of Design

          New York City

  •  Art Students League

          New York City

  •  National Academy of Fine Arts

          St.Petersburg, Russia

  •  Classical Lyceum of Fine Arts

          St.Petersburg, Russia


           Resume (pdf)


           Curriculum Vitae (pdf)

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