A painter immersed in the world of art from an early age, Natalia Bikir was valedictorian of her class in 1989. After her studies, she decided to apply to the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris. She was soon accepted. She became a painter with an identity that distinguishes her from others.
Natalia Bikir likes to use ochre to create her paintings. In her art, the artist does not remain frozen in paintings that offer more or less the same expressions. She integrates in her works the joy and serenity that can be felt when contemplating some of her works. Through the messenger horses, the stringed instruments, the silent sheep or the astonished children, the artist makes us discover the world that inspires her. Don’t be surprised to discover other illustrations on the artist’s paintings such as women who can be pensive or in love. Natalia likes to use red and blue. We see research on the works of the artist thanks to the work of oil. Relief, transparency and gold leaf are no longer a secret for Natalia. She has a special interest in the material and this is reflected in her paintings.
For her, painting is an art that has always accompanied her. Her arrival in France allowed her to make herself known by exhibiting her works everywhere. France is a beginning, but she continues to evolve and shares her works abroad: Moldavia, Romania, Russia, Hungary, Switzerland, Germany, Great Britain, Morocco and Beirut. The artist’s style is particularly successful in Morocco. The artist’s memories are part of what inspires her in her art. In particular, joy and tenderness. She uses her advantages to create works that are her own and are immediately associated with her name. Natalia is mostly classified as a figurative artist. The origin of the artist can also be seen in her paintings. The Latin and Francophile culture of Moldova is present in her works. She likes to use natural pigments.
The artist makes discover through her works the femininity. Indeed, she does not betray it since feminine beauty and grace are part of what drives her. Tales and legends are also part of the worlds that feed the artist’s inspiration. Poetry and wonder are combined with nature in the works of this Moldavian artist. She does not lose her roots since she often returns to her country of origin. The fact that she participated in several exhibitions allowed her to make these very special paintings known. Today she has her own gallery.