Gogina Natalya Georgievna was born in 1956 in the town of Ekaterinburg. Now she resides in the town of Zelenograd, Moscow Region.
In 1976 the artist finished the Fedoskino Art School. Her teachers were Khitrov Alexander Yevgenievich, Tikhonova Tatyana Nikolaevna, Rumyantseva Ludmila Vasilievna, Yakova Irina Konstantinovna, Blagikh Mikhail Petrovich. The Diploma work of Gogina N.G. was a decorated Zhostovo tray.
Natalya used to work at the Fedoskino factory of miniature art, at the Zhostovo factory of miniature painting and taught at the Fedoskino Art School. Now she is freelance.
The artist considers a composition to be the most important element of her artworks. Before starting to paint a miniature, she intends to reflect in the future work her feelings and thoughts.
Natalya uses in painting a rich palette of paints. It varies from bright to silvery pastel tones. In her work she uses her personal painting methods.
The artist thinks people will remember her artworks owing to original execution.
Painting of such prominent painters as Savrasov A.K., Levitan I.I., Shishkin I.I., Vrubel M.A., Van Gogh and also Renaissance masters of Holland and Italy had a great influence on N.G. Gogina's creative work.
In her free time Natalya likes to meet with her friends, read and draw water colors and draw from a nature.
The artist wishes happiness and joy to all amateurs of lacquer miniature painting. She hopes they will take an interest in Russian culture and learn more information on Russian folklore through Lacquer Art.
Gogina was given the honorary rank of "excellent worker of quality" (1988). Her works are exhibited in the Museum of Fedoskino Factory of miniature art and also they are kept in private collections.