About Nataliya Andreyeva

A native of Ukraine, Nataliya now enjoys living and working in the Washington DC area. Many of my art ideas and color combinations come from travel memories, imagination, and texture experimentation.


She is a self-taught mixed media artist and a colorist. She is a well-recognized artist at:

8/2018 Maryland Federation of Art. Stormy weather international juried show. Juried show.

9/2017 Annual 17 St. Festival.

10/2018 Glen Echo Popcorn Gallery. Juried show.

11/2017 Solo show. Redwood realty art open house and fundraiser.

9/2017 Glen Echo Popcorn Gallery. Juried show.

9/2017 Annual 17 St. Festival.

8/2017 Maryland Federation of Art. Third prize award winner. American landscapes international juried show.


Past shows, awards, and events included charitable art contributions for the DC 1st and 6th Annual Men of Strength Awards, Crafty Bastards Fair in 2004-05, Adams Morgan Day 2006-2013; Art Gala Auction 2007-2009 for the Two Rivers Charter School of Washington D.C. and many other charities. Her work was on public display at The Federal Reserve, DC (Private collection/viewing) and Ebenezers Coffeehouse on Capitol Hill. She is a long time supporter of the Sitar Arts Center that provides artistic opportunities for children in Washington DC.


Nataliya has "earned" recognition in the DC arts community as the Metro Girl for her special project dedicated to the history of the Metro Rail System of Washington D.C. and was published in Washington Times. In 2014, she has received a Merit Award at the juried submission and was awarded a year membership at the Art League, Torpedo Factory, Alexandria, VA.