June 2, 2024No Comments

Natasha Tsozik Fine Art at Crane Cove Market

Join Me at The Park Market at Crane Cove on June 29th!

Mark your calendars for June 29th because I’m bringing my Natasha Tsozik Art Store to Crane Cove Market with my prints, accessories, original art, clothes and more.

Stop by to say hello and browse through the cool art pieces from my store. I’m excited to introduce some incredible new items just for you!

Event Highlights

The Park Market is a vibrant, recurring event that celebrates local artisans, delicious food, refreshing drinks, fun games, and live music. This year’s market promises even more with free, family-friendly activities such as paddleboarding lessons and health and wellness classes.

Event Schedule

The Crane Cove event is hosting six markets in 2024, held on the last Saturday of each month from May to October.

Natasha Tsozik Art Store at Crane Cove Market

Date: June 29
Time: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location: The Crane Cove Park
Cost: Free

What to Expect

You’ll be thrilled with all that Crane Cove event has to offer, including:

  • Delectable treats from local vendors
  • Energetic live music performances
  • A bustling marketplace featuring local entrepreneurs
  • The new Merchant Marketplace, perfect for treasure hunting in a flea market-style setting

Join Me at Crane Cove Market!

Follow the links below to learn more about the event. I can’t wait to see you there!

Facebook: @sfparksalliance
Instagram: @sfparksalliance
San Francisco Parks Alliance
Natasha Tsozik Online Art Store

Don’t forget to save the date!

March 2, 20231 Comment

Send Me Across The Sea

The 4th installation

This year I’m lucky to participate in the 4th installation of Send Me Across the Sea at Helvella.art gallery in Oakland, CA. Family-friendly small works show featuring artists from the Bay and beyond. 

My artwork originals from the Secret Garden tattoo flash are now on display at the exhibition. You can purchase the original design of your floral tattoo by me!

The story of creating the tattoo flash goes from Inktober and is inspired by Floriography, specifically by dangerous & poisonous plants. Each one has an interesting & symbolic meaning. There are few of floral designs available. Feel free to contact me and claim the design. Initially created in Procreate, some of these botanical tattoo illustrations were later drawn again, but that time on real paper with colored pencils. Which ones are now available only at Send Me Across the Sea.

At the event, it is possible to see live and take home artworks by many talented artists and including the kind organizer of the exhibition, @malisasuchanya herself. Thank you for the opportunity to be a part of such a wonderful art show.

This event was delayed since the start of the pandemic. And finally, after two years of waiting it has happened. I also participated in the previously held Send Me Across the Sea art shows. You can get a feeling how it was by watching my vlogs.

The exhibition will last two weeks! Don't miss your chance to purchase my original artwork.

February 28, 20181 Comment

Send Me Across the Sea, Vol 2

I was invited by Malisa Suchanya to participate in the cutest group art show. Each artist could submit up to 10 pieces plus prints and accessories. There were more than 50 artists.

I painted 10 watercolors with characters from my new ongoing comic project, Fog Mushroom. Masking fluid, watercolor + salt, and watercolor pencils. Super fun ^___^

The show was a 2-day pop-up event. We (Malisa, Dianna Xu, and I) hanged everything the day before. The girls did a great job arranging all the art. Different works complemented each other in color and style.

So glad I took part in it and can't wait for the next one.

January 16, 2018No Comments

Design for Open Studios

My artist friend Melissa Mohammadi invited me to be a part of a group Open Studios. I shared Sawyer Street Studios with 5 other artists. Check the videos from the event.

San Francisco Open Studios is the oldest and largest open studio program in the country that showcases over 800 emerging and established SF artists in their studios.

I was the one responsible for all the design for our  Sawyer Street Open Studios. Here's what I came up with.


First, we needed a logo to put on all our materials. I tried different options and stopped on a simplified version of Melissa's house where we would have our Open Studio. I put it on our booklet, stickers, Facebook and Instagram.

Guide ad 

This event is organized with the help of ArtSpan, a non-profit organization, committed to cultivating a vibrant & accessible art community in San Francisco. They print Open Studios guide with all the artists' details to help to promote them. We decided to advertise there. My inspiration for the design were 60's. Their bold attitude. Therefore high contrast, black, white and yellow.

Booklet and Stickers 

We wanted to give out something to people. I designed a booklet with info about all 6 artists and stickers. Each artist had personalized stickers with little logo-house and their art printed on clear vinyl. They turned out super cute:)

Artist statement/bio 

Every time I visited an exhibition, I wanted to see an artist's photo near their art work. So I could find them in the crowd and talk. I decided to implement this to our little art show.

I printed each one's art statement and made everyone's polaroid photo. Loved the result:)

Open Studio Sign 

The task was to make a poster sign at the entrance. Since it was on the window I decided to make it on semi translucent paper, so some light would come through. I used my AxiDraw pen plotter to draw it. It came out perfect:)

December 14, 20173 Comments

San Francisco Open Studios

This year I took part in San Francisco Open Studios. Artists host this event each year. You can visit their studios, buy some art and have fun. Also it is the oldest and largest open studio program in the country. It showcases over 800 emerging and established San Francisco artists in their studios.

It was a great experience! Maybe because my friend Melissa Mohammadi invited other artists, whose works and personalities she liked. We shared her studio. I'm glad to meet these awesome abstract artists.

We made a video with art and interviews with each of the 6 artists at Sawyer Street Open Studios.

I also did all the design for this event: logo, fliers, stickers, etc. Read more about it:)

My set up:)

I had a nice entrance all for myself. Shelves worked perfectly.

Art by:

Barbara Bryn Klare/@barbarabrynklare

David Willburn/@david.willburn.studio

Joyce Conlon/@joycemconlon

Melissa Desmond Mohammadi/@melissamohammadistudio

Natasha Tsozik/@natasha_tsozik

Todd Hanson/@toddah.sf