Tatyana Zen Art

Hi, my name is Tatyana, welcome to my online gallery! Stop by, look around and feel free to ask me any questions! Browse by theme – portraits, landscapes, florals and animal paintings.

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About the Artist

Russian-born and Laguna Beach-based, Tatyana Zen is a classically trained artist. Tatyana’s background in technology, design and philosophy blends into colorful artistic voice, intricately reflecting different points of view.  In essence, her artwork draws inspiration from the human form, sci-fi, pop-culture, glamour, fashion,  Zen philosophy and everyday life. Tatyana was fortunate to learn the secrets of Old Masters by making replicas of the Greatest Works of Art at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. Her Contemporary Realism artwork is gaining an international acclaim. From large-scale luxury statement pieces to eclectic gallery wall collections, work is distinguished by edgy subject, quality of work and embellishments, ranging from coffee and tobacco to diamonds and gold. Read Bio.

Tatyana Zen Gallery

Tatyana Zen Art is an online gallery and studio blog of Laguna Beach-based artist Tatyana Zen. We are committed to ensuring the 100% satisfaction! Here you can inquire about a certain piece and buy artwork from the artist, worry-free. You will have 7 days to return your original art for any reason. Furthermore, you can exchange all art (except Final Sale items) within 30 days. Ships with full insurance.
Part of proceeds donated to Pacific Marine Mammal Center and Orange County Rescue Mission.