Natalia Khvost-Vostrikova

Natalia Khbost-Vostrikova

Title: Art Educator, Consultant

Location: Lantana, Florida, United States

Natalia Khvost-Vostrikova, Art Educator and Consultant, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership.

Art gives a glimpse into the artist’s mind, and in Ms. Khvost-Vostrikova’s work, it displays her unique mix of culture and amalgamation. For Ms. Khvost-Vostrikova there are few better ways of representing her beliefs in art than by the quote by Elbert Hubbard, “Art is not a thing, it is a way.” She prepared for the fundamentals of art by earning a BD in Arts from Moscow Technological Institute in 1981. That same year, she received a Certified in Fashion Design from the Russian Ministry of Fashion Industry. Art has both guided her in her life and pushed her to new cities, new experiences, and pursue new opportunities.

Such opportunities have ranged from lectures, presentations, speaking engagements, and performances, to also being involved with such esteemed international events like the Biennale Internationale in Florence, Italy. Ms. Khvost-Vostrikova has also been proud to exhibit her piece, “Out of Blindness,” at the 2017 London Art Biennale, among many other exhibitions. Her painting is often described as Orphic Cubism, which is the transition between cubism and abstract art. Other mediums she has experimented with include ink, photography, and colored pencils. In A. Rosenfeld’s book, “Forbidden Art: The Postwar Russian Avant-Garde,” Ms. Khvost-Vostrikova’s art is described as it “glorifies the harmonious coexistence of man and the natural world.”

Speaking to her talents, Ms. Khvost-Vostrikova has received an Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award, among many other accolades. She has also been included in seven editions of Who’s Who in America, five of Who’s Who in the World and four of Who’s Who of American Women. As she continues to produce art and open new conversations, the future looks to be an exciting place for her.

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Lifetime Achievement

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International Confederation of Art Critics

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