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"Photography & Poetry" group exhibit December 1, 2015 - January 1, 2016

Hostelling International: 891 Amsterdam Ave. (btw 103 & 104 st.), New York, NY, Reception December 5

Select Past Exhibits & Appearances:

Light Space &Time - Online Art Gallery, Special Recognition Award -

"Botanicals" 2015 Art exhibit

"Artists & Poetry" group exhibit at Broadway Mall September 30 - October 18, 2015

NY Anthroposophy Michaelmas Festival - September 27, 2015: performance

Light Space &Time - Online Art Gallery, Special Recognition Award -

"Cityscapes" 2015 Art exhibit

Islip Art Museum   -  December 5, 2014, 12 - 4

Book signing at Barnes & Nobles Book Store in Bay Shore - November 23, 2014

Light Space &Time - Online Art Gallery, Special Merit Award -

"Seascapes" 2014  Art Exhibit

Light Space &Time - Online Art Gallery, Special Recognition Award -

"Animals" 2014 Art Exhibit

499 Van Brunt, Red Hook, Brooklyn, NY

A or F train to Jay St, B61 bus to Van Brunt & Beard St.


July 26 -August 17

Brooklyn Waterfront Art Gallery
Door 7, at the Pier gate
481 Van Brunt St, Brooklyn, NY  11231


January 17 - March 27: Natasha Guruleva's exhibit - photography, poetry, fiber art

at Centerpoint Gallery of the New York branch of the Anthroposophical Society 138 W. 15th St.



Artist's statements:

I call the display of my works “reflections” as opposed to “expressions” – albeit the latter are certainly reflections as well, along with everything we perceive with our senses.

I don’t consider myself a photographer, though I photograph: I take pictures of my subjects to supplement my poems, which I lament as something severely handicapped. I attribute this to the fact that English is not my native language, but – excuses, excuses…

I don’t use any special angles or light of special tweaking – the little maneuvers that might bring my photos into the realm of “real art” – on purpose: I want my camera to reflect what is seen by ordinary eyes, rather than what’s transformed and expressed through artistic vision. 

Everything around us is so majestic, so full of life, throbbing with incredible forces, singing and communicating – just look and listen, touch and feel.

The fiber works are studies: I work a lot with fabrics that are thought to enhance human self-expression as well as those having a strictly utilitarian function. In these studies I am trying to collaborate with the by-products of plants, insects and animals to reflect a glimpse of their etheric world.  

I might not have the gift of gifts, but for what I am given – little bits and pieces – I am eternally grateful.

For any help I’ve gotten I feel limitless gratitude.

For the love that surrounds me I have no words, as this is my life source and essence.






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