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THE ART HUB COMMUNITY GALLERY & PLATFORM

*1981

Oceania

Kulida

Tatyana

4709

Artist ID:

Exhibition & Shows (Selected)


2024 | 37 paintings, solo show ‘Wairarapa Felt’, Aratoi Museum, Masterton, NZ

2024 | Wellington Art Show, Wellington, NZ

2023 | Auckland Art Show, Auckland, NZ

2022 | Auckland Art Show, Auckland, NZ

2022 | Pamela Jane Gallery, Solo show, Wellington, NZ

2022 | NZ Parliament, Portrait of Antarctica, Tatyana Kulida portraits, Wellington, NZ

2021 | NZ Art Show, Wellington, NZ

2020 | Kiwi Arthouse, ‘Still life in Isolation’ solo show, Wellington, NZ

2019 | NZ Academy of Fine Arts, solo 52, Wellington, NZ

2017 | Manning Art Prize, Manning Gallery, NSW, Australia

2015 | Royal Society of British Artists, London

2014 | ACES Art Gallery, Wilmington Arts Council, solo show, Wilmington, NC, USA

2014 | Royal Society of Portrait Painters, London

2014 | Richard Massey Foundation ‘Chiaro Scuro’, NY, NY, USA

2014 | Represent, London

2013 | Women Painting Women, Robert Lange Gallery, Charleston

2013 | Florence Academy Alumni exhibition, Corsini Stables, Florence, Italy

2012 | Patterson+Behn Gallery “Tuscan Dreams”, solo show, Wilmington, NC, USA

2010 | Art Soup Gallery, Outward/Within, Wilmington, NC, USA

2008 | Azalea Art Show, Wilmington, NC, USA


Brief Biography | Artistic Journey


Tatyana is a Crimean-born, New Zealand based artist who has traveled the world and has been creating artworks for over 20 yeas. A double major in Studio arts and Mathematics she started out studying and paining in Charlotte, NC USA in 1999. Upon graduation she worked in consulting and later non profits while starting an art career and eventually pursuing a Masters in Art Administration. In 2010 Tatyana committed to a full course of study at the Florence Academy of Art, a world renowned school for realist art training where she taught for 3 years following her graduation. Her paintings are in museums and private collections in USA, Europe and Australasia. She now lives in Wellington, New Zealand.

Tatyana is the owner of Anthesis Atelier, an teaching-studio in the heart of New Zealand’s capital, where she is painting personal work, portrait commissions as well as teaching drawing and painting in the Academic Method. Tatyana has received international recognition for her portraits with De László Prize for classical draftsmanship awarded at the Royal Society of British Artists at the Mall Galleries, London in 2015. She has been acknowledged by the Art Renewal Center as a scholarship recipient as well as The National Cowboy Museum study award. In New Zealand, Tatyana has received multiple national acknowledgements including being the finalist in the prestigious Parking Drawing prize in 2017.


Tatyana paints all her work from life, in natural light, using techniques and best practices of the Old Masters. Her commitment to this approach allows for the type of presence that contemporary life rarely offers. 

Presence is Tatyana’s way  to connect to beauty.


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Brief Biography | Artistic Journey


Tatyana is a Crimean-born, New Zealand based artist who has traveled the world and has been creating artworks for over 20 yeas. A double major in Studio arts and Mathematics she started out studying and paining in Charlotte, NC USA in 1999. Upon graduation she worked in consulting and later non profits while starting an art career and eventually pursuing a Masters in Art Administration. In 2010 Tatyana committed to a full course of study at the Florence Academy of Art, a world renowned school for realist art training where she taught for 3 years following her graduation. Her paintings are in museums and private collections in USA, Europe and Australasia. She now lives in Wellington, New Zealand.

Tatyana is the owner of Anthesis Atelier, an teaching-studio in the heart of New Zealand’s capital, where she is painting personal work, portrait commissions as well as teaching drawing and painting in the Academic Method. Tatyana has received international recognition for her portraits with De László Prize for classical draftsmanship awarded at the Royal Society of British Artists at the Mall Galleries, London in 2015. She has been acknowledged by the Art Renewal Center as a scholarship recipient as well as The National Cowboy Museum study award. In New Zealand, Tatyana has received multiple national acknowledgements including being the finalist in the prestigious Parking Drawing prize in 2017.


Tatyana paints all her work from life, in natural light, using techniques and best practices of the Old Masters. Her commitment to this approach allows for the type of presence that contemporary life rarely offers. 

Presence is Tatyana’s way  to connect to beauty.


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Website

Women in Art

Dahlia Joy

2165

Art ID

2024

|

50 x 70 cm

Oil on panel

4000

$

Tatyana

Kulida

Women in Art

Cottage Flowers

2163

Art ID

2022

|

40 x 60 cm

Oil on panel

4000

$

Tatyana

Kulida

Women in Art

Blossoming Quince Branches, kaffir lime and shells

2164

Art ID

2023

|

60 x 80 cm

Oil on canvas

5000

$

Tatyana

Kulida

Women in Art

Nest

2162

Art ID

2023

|

80 x 60 cm

Oil on panel

7000

$

Tatyana

Kulida

Women in Art

Apples and Branches

2166

Art ID

2019

|

60 x 50 cm

Oil on linen

5000

$

Tatyana

Kulida

Women in Art

Orchids with Pineale

2167

Art ID

2021

|

60 x 70 cm

Oil on panel

6000

$

Tatyana

Kulida

Women in Art

Girl with Shell

2168

Art ID

2023

|

60 x 80 cm

Oil on panel

7000

$

Tatyana

Kulida

Women in Art

Forms of Life

2169

Art ID

2024

|

60 x 80 cm

Oil on panel

5000

$

Tatyana

Kulida

Women in Art

Light Within

2170

Art ID

2022

|

50 x 70 cm oval

Oil on linen

7000

$

Tatyana

Kulida

Women in Art

Foxgloves

2171

Art ID

2019

|

60 x 80 cm

Oil on panel

6000

$

Tatyana

Kulida

Further Works of This Artist

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Personal Statement


I am seeking to share the value of presence with the audiences around the world. In the times full of imagery it is my goal to create artworks that are more than an arrangement of shapes and colors - but an experience with depth and staying power. A depth and merit of each subject or person is worthwhile to contemplate and through this contemplation I wish to bring dignity to the material world, an antidote experience to the increasingly digitalized expectation of life. The work creation process calls for my compete attention, I stop and look not only to produce something recognizable but to be with the subject fully: this is a certain frequency communicated to the audience in giving an opportunity to stop and look, feel and connect to the life force in all things, most importantly in each one of us.

Exhibition & Shows (Selected)


2024 | 37 paintings, solo show ‘Wairarapa Felt’, Aratoi Museum, Masterton, NZ

2024 | Wellington Art Show, Wellington, NZ

2023 | Auckland Art Show, Auckland, NZ

2022 | Auckland Art Show, Auckland, NZ

2022 | Pamela Jane Gallery, Solo show, Wellington, NZ

2022 | NZ Parliament, Portrait of Antarctica, Tatyana Kulida portraits, Wellington, NZ

2021 | NZ Art Show, Wellington, NZ

2020 | Kiwi Arthouse, ‘Still life in Isolation’ solo show, Wellington, NZ

2019 | NZ Academy of Fine Arts, solo 52, Wellington, NZ

2017 | Manning Art Prize, Manning Gallery, NSW, Australia

2015 | Royal Society of British Artists, London

2014 | ACES Art Gallery, Wilmington Arts Council, solo show, Wilmington, NC, USA

2014 | Royal Society of Portrait Painters, London

2014 | Richard Massey Foundation ‘Chiaro Scuro’, NY, NY, USA

2014 | Represent, London

2013 | Women Painting Women, Robert Lange Gallery, Charleston

2013 | Florence Academy Alumni exhibition, Corsini Stables, Florence, Italy

2012 | Patterson+Behn Gallery “Tuscan Dreams”, solo show, Wilmington, NC, USA

2010 | Art Soup Gallery, Outward/Within, Wilmington, NC, USA

2008 | Azalea Art Show, Wilmington, NC, USA


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