Tatyana Grechina is a painter + illustrator + art director
Tatyana Grechina was born in St. Petersburg, Russia but grew up in the Carolinas, beginning her formal training with Jane Averill at Serendipity Art School at the age of nine. She later attended the South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities, a two year all-arts boarding school where she concentrated in Visual Arts, and received her BFA in Painting and Drawing from Tyler School of Art in Philly. Today, she is as a multidisciplinary artist living in Greenville, South Carolina with a love for writing, movement, play, and art direction that has guided her to numerous collaborations and friendships with creatives all over the country. Her work has been on view at Crane Arts Building and The Head & The Hand Press in Philly, Art & Light Gallery, Studio Unknown, Main & Maxwell in South Carolina, and she was fortunate to have participated in Elena Mildner’s first ever “Speed-Arting” Event in at Burgasse 21 in Vienna, Austria. Tatyana’s paintings have found homes in both private and public collections, and her writing and collages have been featured in Baltisoul Magazine, WitchyWisdoms, and on Canadian writer Mackenzie Belcastro’s online Artists’ Journeys platform. Her most recent painting collection “Blackberry Winter” is currently on view at the Davidson County Community College in Lexington, North Carolina. //////////// Photo by Alina Kolberg.