Tatyana Zaretskaya was born in 1960 in Novocherkassk, the capital of the don Cossacks. She also attended art school there. After graduation, I went to Saint Petersburg to learn the secrets of skill.
She visited the Art Studio of V. I. Suvorov, a great teacher, a student of Chistyakov and Repin. Where it absorbed the traditions of Russian impressionism, which left an imprint on all subsequent work, gave a characteristic stroke inherent in the Leningrad school of painting.
Then he studied at the MUKHINA higher school of Economics, now Stieglitz.
But as such, after a long break, I took up art recently, due to life circumstances.
She developed her own style, which she describes as"sentimental impressionism".
A peculiar vision of the world, pearl halftones, airiness-these are the basics of Zaretskaya's creative principles.
Member of the SHR, PSHR.