The subject matter of my work has remained the same throughout my life despite the changing perspective. I have always been fascinated by the journey of a living being from embryo to death, undergoing development and aging, struggle, and tragedy. I observe and capture, never tiring of marveling at the ultimate genius of nature and creation.

My works reflect biblical themes, with earth preserving the layers of time and the human body acting as a reflection of the soul. Home like a body is a place to take shelter but can be destroyed at any moment. I do not approach time as linear, trying not to get stuck in the transience of it. We often give ourselves over to the endless movement and bustle, engrossed in our worries, losing the ability to notice. The ability to stop and see is the most important for me; it allows me to capture the imprint of the eternal and unchanging, which has repeated throughout history into the present, which is familiar and close. I am captivated by the interconnectedness of each moment of life, merging and flowing through one another.

Tatyana Kazakova is a multidisciplinary artist. She graduated from Moscow Printing Academy with an MFA in Visual Arts and continued her education in Muthesius University of Fine Arts and Design in Germany under Professor Klaus Detjen. After graduation she became a regular participant in many art shows in Russia and Germany, receiving awards for her book and graphic design. As a member of the Russian Professional Artist Union and Bundesverband Bildender Künstler in Germany, she took part in several artist residencies in Russia (Art Houses Cheluskinskaja and Seneg) and Germany (Salzau). During these years she actively worked with various materials: oil and acrylic painting, drawing with ink and watercolors, etching, woodcut, collages, and videos.

Tatyana has been living in the US since 2000 and worked as a full-time graphic designer until 2020. Now Tatyana is a full-time artist and works in a studio in Manufacturers Village, NJ.

Tatyana greatly values intuition and spontaneity in her work and incorporates conceptual thinking into creative design projects. She is focusing on expanding her artistic practice and experimenting with various media and materials to more effectively convey her views and emotions. She firmly believes that through art and creativity, people can foster deeper connections, understanding, and rediscover the profound richness of the world.