2000-2005 Art College of V. I. Surikov
•    BFA
1998-2000 Art School of V. I. Surikov
•    Grade: High School Certificate

Solo Exhibitions

"Captivity of pointe" in the Hilton Garden Inn Krasnoyarsk

•    May 2019
"Serendipity" in the Hilton Garden Inn Krasnoyarsk
•    April  2018
Solo exhibition in Al-Kalema Hall, Culture Wheel - Sakyet El Sawy, Zamalek, Cairo.
•    March 2015

"Faces" a solo exhibition in Cairo Opera House, Ziad Baker Hall, Egypt
•    September 2014
"Feminine" a solo exhibition in Cala Gallery, Cairo, Egypt
•    November 2012

Selected Group Exhibitions

Group exhibitions "Shear" Achinsk Museum and Exhibition Center Krasnoyarsk
• 10Th June - 18Th July 2021
Spring group of exhibitors in AinArta Gallery, Krasnoyarsk, Russia
•    April 2013

Private collections

Elena McKittrick, Anna Braun, Svetlana Ahmetova, Anna Yung, Viktor Pavlukov, Volker
Wendel, Henry Winckworth, Anouk Poelmann and other



•    Art studio "YasnoYarko"



Natalia Baykalova was born in 1985 in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia. She graduated from Krasnoyarsk Art College in 2005 and since then, she never stopped painting. She also worked as a graphic designer in a magazine, photographer, and a teacher of arts. For the last few years, she runs her own art-school for children. Natalia held a series of private exhibitions not only in her home-town, but also in Egypt, where she spent several years.


Nowadays, Natalia Baykalova is one of the most well-known and promising artists in Krasnoyarsk. Her works are sold across the world and there are tens of satisfied and happy
buyers from different corners of our planet. 




"Know yourself", – this is a motto I refer to every time I seek for the inspiration. As a contemporary artist, I truly believe that your mind is an endless honeycomb of ideas, forms, visions, and other scattered pieces of inner art. You just need to pierce it with a "free-your-mind pin" to get the sweet liquid content.

In my works, I passed through a long road of a painful self-esteem to a sudden acceptance of what I do and why I do. Occasionally, I feel like a sculptor who creates herself from a piece of something solid and hard. I cut off from piece to find the real me.

My art broadcasts love, purity of color, passion, and vibration of life. I never do gloom. My joy-cloud is always access free.