Narina Sokolova is a Russian born American artist. She was born in St. Petersburg Russia in June 28, 1971. She studied fine art at the St. Petersburg Stieglitz State Academy of Art and Design. In 1991 she moved to the United States to continue her art education and pursue an art career.
In 1996 she landed her first job at Hanna-Barbera on the animated series “Jonny Bravo.” Since then Narina has worked as a production artist for Disney, Warner Brothers, Cartoon Network, Fox, and Paramount.
In 2007 Narina won a Prime-Time Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement for her work on the show “My Gym Partner is a Monkey” for Cartoon Network. In 2014 Narina won another Prime-Time Emmy Award for Outstanding achievement in production design for her work on Mickey Mouse (TV Series) for Disney: Episode “O Sole Minnie.” And in 2015 she won an Annie Award for Outstanding Achievement in Production Design for her work on Mickey Mouse (TV Series) for Disney: Episode “Mumbai Madness.”
She lives in Los Angeles, California and continues to work in the animation industry
Narina was also pursuing her independent fine art career. And we’re showing her work in art shows and galleries. She was represented by Tirage gallery (Pasadena, California) 2000-2018. And she was showing her work in art shows and galleries..