Artist, architect, designer, author, and mother of three children.
Member of International Arts Fund
Member of Eurasian Society of Arts
She graduated from MARKHI (Moscow Institute of Architecture) in 2006. After graduation worked as an architect in “City-Arch”.
Since 2013 she is organizing family creativity camps. She authored a series of creativity programs for the young and adults ? “Building bridges”, “Discoverers”, “Inventors”, “3D modeling”, “House inside and outside”, and other.
Her life as an artist includes painting her own calendars, holding courses “let’s paint” for adults and children. She is an illustrator of a transformational board game called “Code of Life”. She illustrated “association cards” for “64 methods of in-depth psychology” program.
In 2011, Natalya illustrated S. Valiev’s first published book “Stories for the whole family”.
In 2013 she started working on “Stories of mama-mouse” as the project author and illustrator. Since then, six books were published from this series. “Stories of mama-mouse” is a series of children’s books, in a fairy-tale format, which are based on real situations that develop between parents and children.
It’s intended to assist parents in supporting and encouraging their children in difficult moments, such as, expecting a sibling, first visit and adaptation to a kindergarden, childhood conflicts and disappointments. Stories intend to help parents initiate a “difficult conversation” with their children and help children live through their negative emotions, understand their wishes and hurts. Thestories explain why fighting is not nice, why empty promises are bad, why children need to brush their teeth, and others.
Parents learn storytelling methods of therapy which they can integrate into resolving conflicts with their children.
In 2016, Natalya organized an architectural “Art-festival Tolmachi” in Likhoslav district of Tver region.
In March of 2017, in Moscow, she held her personal art exhibit “People fly” and another in April, during the World FINA championships held in Kazan.
Since 2017, Natalya Lukomskaya is a participant in an international cultural project for Northern Russia region ?“The week of transformation”, “Art-lab”, “Creative-lab”, in cooperation with Goethe-Institut.
She was the program tutor in schools of Kaliningrad, Severodvinsk, Pskov, and Saint-Petersburg.
Natalya Lukomskaya is a specialist in the area of establishing educational spaces.
In 2017, she was a design consultant for The World Bank’s educational spaces program for schools and kindergartens, and also a co-author of “recommendations for architects on school design” and program “design of modern kindergarten spaces”.
In the last two years, she participated in more than 20 art shows, including international shows in France, Italy. Now she is working on a large project “About the girl”. In September of 2019, in Pskov, she held a personal exhibition of the project. This project series “About the girl” consists of 5
In December of 2019 , in Moscow, she held her personal art exhibit “About the girl”
“Bronze Award winner of JIA Illustration Award 2020”
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