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Tatiana Roulin

Artist Biography:

Tatiana Roulin is an award-winning, internationally renowned representational painter who has been working in New England as a full time artist for the past 20+ years. Currently Tatiana is primarily working in oil and pastel but she is proficient in all fine art mediums. Her credentials include being a Signature Member of the Pastel Society of America (PSA) and a juried member of the Oil Painters of America. She has also been a member of many other local art associations and organizations in New England. Roulin’s approach combines the classic atelier training, largely based on techniques used by the Old Masters, with her own personal style expressed through the harmony of design, color and light. Her art is in private, corporate and public collections worldwide, including many European countries, Canada, Australia, South America and China. A few major collectors in Massachusetts include: Edward M. Kennedy Community Health Center; Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office of Boston; The Department of Youth Services; Unquity House; and Suportel Portuguese Supermarket Chain.

Roulin has won many prestigious art awards, most recently in 2022 she was awarded with “Outstanding Pastel” Bold Brush Award. Over the years she had several one-person exhibitions in CA, RI, and MA, and has participated in many juried and invitational group shows in the U.S. and abroad. Her paintings have been exhibited internationally, across the US and Europe.

The artist has been selected to appear as a Featured Artist by Windsor & Newton, UART and Utrecht. She has appeared on the “Arts in the Spotlight” Mansfield cable TV show. She has also been featured in a number of magazines such as Plein Air Magazine, Boston Voyager, Studio Visit, Local Rhode Island Magazine, East Bay RI Magazine, Visual Language Magazine, Art and Beyond Magazine, Still Point Arts Quarterly Magazine, ArtScope Magazine, and South Shore Living Magazine. Her art has been published in art books including Best of Worldwide Charcoal, Pastel and Pencil book vol2 by Kennedy Publishing and The Richeson75 International exhibition book of Small Works Competition 2018. She is listed in the “Who is Who in America” as well as in “Who is Who in Visual Art” and “New Faces in Arts & Design” European art catalogs.

Over the years Tatiana has worked with countless number of art galleries across the States and in many she was one of the top-selling artists. Currently Roulin’s art is represented by the True Grit Art Gallery of Middleboro, MA and the Spring Bull Gallery of Newport, RI. Tatiana also regularly exhibits her work in other regional and local art galleries. She currently lives and maintains her studio & gallery in Sharon, MA.

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Artist Statement:

“I have a passion for painting Nature in all seasons and scenery. I’ve painted on many different locations across the States, from East to West coast. My latest Nocturnal series is proven to be very popular among the people. I love painting night scenes both for aesthetic and artistic reasons. Personally, I feel that the night has its unique beauty. It’s a time of tranquility and mystery, a time that stirs imagination and stimulates creativity. The bright light of the day makes things seen more clearly but the shades of night and dusk let your mind transform them into any magic you wish: from monsters lurking in the corner to fairies dancing in the moonlight. Professionally, a night scene with its limitation of colors and the use of light, its strict demands of color transitions and composition is always an interesting challenge.
Generally in my landscapes I focus on depicting the overall atmosphere of the place I paint. As a representational painter, I aim on capturing the momentum of reality and reflecting my own personal vision. The overall atmosphere and interaction between light and darkness are the major things I emphasize in my own work of any subject. Whenever I paint, I try to make people see the ordinary in a new perspective. A reminder that beauty is all around. It is just a matter of stopping for a moment to see it. People find that my paintings ‘can evoke feelings of calm happiness and joy’, can ‘light up the room’, and ‘enable us to stop and appreciate a view we may see everyday'”.