Natalie Arsenow Fine Art Drawing

I create intricate drawings and photographs, which people can enjoy simply for their aesthetic value and inherent beauty. However, I do also love to inject a slight feminist touch. Therefore I make portraits, usually depicting women only, because in my opinion it’s high time to put women in the limelight and on a pedestal, where they belong, after existing in obscurity for many centuries.

Enjoy the art works.

About Me

Drawing has always been one of my absolutely favourite activities, which I am happy to perform for hours on end. During my A-levels in Germany I chose Fine Arts as one of my 3 main subjects and after finishing high school I went on to university where I got a Master’s Degree in Fine Arts and Art History. After that my involvement with the practical side of art got put on hold for quite a while as other things became more important. I moved abroad, got my first proper job, learned different languages and generally built a new life. For approximately 15 years I only made drawings when I needed examples for my students. Finally, in 2017, I decided to get back into drawing. And for the last 2 years I have been more serious about this and made sure that I was able to draw for several hours every week.

In 2008 I took part in a photography course, mainly to finally be able to use all of the functions of my DSLR camera. I obviously noticed that composition is pretty much the same no matter if you are talking about drawings, paintings of photographs. In 2009 I joined a photography club that organised weekly meetings, challenges and exhibitions. I was mainly in love with architecture, simplicity and calmth. In 2019 I finally started buying some art from other photographers and noticed that my heart is usually drawn to surreal images. And recently I started honing this skill as well, which gives me immense pleasure and is a nice change from my extremely meticulous drawings.

Inspired by of photo made by Gilles Lorin.



07. – 09.02., Carte de Visite, Vanderborght Building, Rue de l’Ecuyer 50, 1000 Brussels (group exhibition, drawing)

September 2020, Geometria, Arthus Gallery, Place du Chatelain 37, 1050 Ixelles (group exhibition, drawing)


08. – 22.06., Portaelsschool, Spiegelstraat 62, 1800 Vilvoorde (group exhibition, drawing)

03.10. – 06.12., Cobra Bar and Gallery, Rue des Chartreux 1, 1000 Brussels (solo exhibition, drawing)


14.09. – 13.11., Zoom Hotel, Rue de la Concorde 59/61, 1000 Brussels (solo exhibition, photography)


December, Foto Gamma, Diestevest 39, 3000 Leuven (group exhibition, photography)


December, Foto Gamma, Diestevest 39, 3000 Leuven (group exhibition, photography)

October, Museum M, Leopold Vanderkelenstraat 28, 3000 Leuven (group exhibition, photography)

June, Kruidtuin, Kapucijnenvoer 30, 3000 Leuven (group exhibition, photography)


April, Kontraste, Stadtsparkasse Frankenthal, Bahnhofstraße 7-9. 67227 Frankenthal (solo exhibition, drawings and photographs)


June, Universität Landau, Fortstraße 7, 76829 Landau (group exhibition, design)


June, Universität Landau, Fortstraße 7, 76829 Landau (group exhibition, mixed media)

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