Natalie Marino

Graduated from New York University and completed two years of graduate work at the New School for Social Research before receiving her Master of Academic Art from the Academe de Bedriacense in Calvatone, Italy.  She is an award-winning fine artist who has been exhibited widely in museums, corporations and fine art galleries throughout the U.S. and Europe. She is well known for her large impressionistic pastel figuratives and has hosted a weekly cablecast on television called “Art Forum”.  She is one of the few women who has painted with the “Street Painters” in New York City and is presently associated with the Ivanhoe Museum in Paterson and the Tom Winer Gallery in New York City.  Her spiritual beliefs and her humanistic approach are reflected throughout her fine art.

She has illustrated 19 books which are distributed through Barnes and Nobles, Borders, and Amazon.  She is currently   working in her studio in the metropolitan New York region where she lives with her three children, two of which were adopted from outside the U.S.