Tatyana Klevenskiy, born in 1961 in Yaroslavl,
Russia, began her career of painting at the young
age of six. Tatyana got her first introduction to
art in the lessons given by her grandfather that
later soared her into the talent she is so well
known for today.
After receiving her diploma in Graphic Design from
the Yaroslavl College of Art and her diploma in
Art Design of Feature Films and TV from the
All-Russian Institute of Cinematography, as well
as working as a costume designer during this time,
Tatyana took off in her flight to becoming an
established painter in Russia.
Her paintings illuminate the viewers eye by her
astounding ability to capture and create light on
the canvas. Be it still life study or a simple
Russian village landscape, her paintings
demonstrate her enchanting ability to bring a
calmness and tranquility to the viewer by the
magnificence and serenity of her paintings.
Tatyana is a painter, mother of Aleksandr, and
wife of accomplished painter Vadim Klevenskiy.
Tatyana's work brings to life the phrase, "Your
eyes will acclaim." One of her paintings from a
village in Russia now hangs in the office of Yuri
Lushkov, Mayor of Moscow. Additionally, her work
is collected by Ahatoly Lisitsyn, Governor of
Yaroslavl. Her paintings are also displayed in the
Confernce Hall N.P.D. SATURN in Rybinsk, Russia.