Tamara Rogozina is a contemporary Ukrainian artist currently living in Stockholm, Sweden. The underlying concept in her work is the search for light, authenticity and love. Her art has been exhibited in Ukraine, USA, the UK, Germany, Sweden and Spain, and can be enjoyed in multiple art books. Tamara studied at School of Modern Art in Kyiv.
From 2014 and until the start of the full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine, Tamara was a Creative director of the art school Art Studio by JD in Kyiv, Ukraine.
Apart from the art programs, Tamara organized art exhibitions for children twice a year inhouse, in local galleries and libraries. She orchestrated masterclasses twice a year and monthly competitions of childhood paintings, engaging local communities and awarding winners with prizes.
She also set up multiple spring planners for children with the aim of experiencing different aspects of nature, and prepared older students for art competitions, in which they received numerous awards.
As a result of the war, Art Studio by JD was ruined in March 2022.
Tamara optained her artistic education in the following schools:
- 2021 Art Business Academy, Kyiv
- 2019 Svyatoslav Brahnov Academy of Realist Art, Kyiv
- 2015-2016 School of Modern Art, Kyiv
- 2010-2014 Numerous art studios in Kyiv.
In parallel with artistic pursuits, Tamara has been perfecting her craft in shakuhachi, the Japanese flute. She was part of Shakuhachi World Festival in London in 2018 and performed at Shakuhachi Summer School in 2016-2017.
During 2006-2019 Tamara taught Tri Yoga as a licenced yogini, and prior to that she had a career in engineering.