Was born at 1970 in Dushanbe, Tadzhikistan (USSR)
In 1990-1993 studied in Art & Design Academy, St. Petersburg.
The artwork of Natasha Manelis can be found in various private and corporate collections in Canada, USA, Finland, England, Greece, and Russia
2006 - Solo exhibition in MArt Gallery, St.Petersburg, Russia
Solo Exhibition "Music of Colours", Museum of the City History, St.Petersburg, Russia
2005 - Solo exhibition in Trinity College, Cambridge, UK Participation in the Summer Exhibition in Elimaki, Finland.
2003 - Solo exhibition in the "Nota Bene" gallery. St.Petersburg, Russia.
Solo exhibition in the Summer Graden gallery. St.Petersburg, Russia.
2002 - Participation in the international exhibitions:
"RAIN" exhibition. Helsinki, Finland.
Exhibition of Russian Art, "La Perseveranza" gallery. Gent, Belgium.
The exhibition "Dialogue des Civilisations", Galerie de Dar Essanaa. Tetouan, Marocco.
The exhibition "Home Is Where The Art Is", Kemin Taidemuseo. Kemi, Finland.
2001 - Solo exhibition in the Wolf-Heger gallery. Heidelberg, Germany.
Finnish Literature Society used the painting "Masquerade" for the cover of the book "Institutional interaction".
Participation in the exhibition "The Image Revealed" in Morlan Gallery. Kentucky, Lexington, USA.
"Manekon"- N.Manelis and B. Konstrictor. The exhibition in the Art Club "Brodyachaya Sobaka". St.Petersburg, Russia.
2000 - Solo exhibition in Edmonton. Alberta, Canada.
Solo exhibition in Lermontov Library. St.Petersburg, Russia.
1999 - Solo exhibition in the "Taidepiste Gallery". Helsinki, Finland.
1998 - Solo exhibition in the "Broughton House Gallery", Cambridge, England.
1997 - Solo exhibition in Trinity College, Cambridge, England.
"Roy Miles Gallery" has purchased a few artworks of Natasha. A painting "In a Cafe" was selected for the cover of "Sin boldly" by Christopher Levan.
1996 - Solo exhibition in "Dandy" gallery, St.Petersburg.
Solo exhibition in Trinity College, Cambridge, England.
1995 - Exhibition in St.Petersburg galleries "Dandy" and "The Guild of Masters".
She made a book for the publishing house "Kronverk-press", St.Petersburg.
1994 - Solo exhibition in Rowles and Parham Design Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
One of the paintings, "The Window", was bought by the Alberta Art Foundation, Canada.
Participation in the exhibition of Whinster Gallery, BC, Canada. A painting "The Window" was selected for the cover of "Other Voices", a Canadian Poetry Anthology.
She was commissioned by Alberta College (Edmonton) to paint the cover for a Compact Disc.
1993 - International exhibition "The Tower of Babylon", Petrozavodsk, Karelia.