Studied at Parsons School of Design in NYC where for some time she had her own wearable are gallery. She has worked as a painter for many years, holding exhibitions in many different places in the world. She considers herself to be an interpreter of cultures, places and history. She channels her work through her great desire to encourage identity and self worth, and her intent has always been directed to healing.
Katrina Vrebalovich use mixed media creating different levels of interpretation Mostly abstract, chaos and order her process. Vrebalovich often fall closer to sculpture than painting.But her work is a combination of the two.
Parsons School of art and design, New York
2006 the Picasso , Cairo, Egypt.
2004 gallery Kjeldaas, Oslo, Norway.
2002-3 gallery Vesteralen, Norway.
2001-2 café Broker,Oslo Norway
2001 gallery Stallen, fredrikstad.
1998 gallery Ragab,cairo, Egypt.
1997 gallery Sammas,Tallin,Estland.
1995 galleryTjome kunsthandel, Oslo, Norway
1994 Clodine Are café Oslo Norway
1992 Unge Norske Kunstnere, Oslo Norway
1979 ICI Cairo Egypt.
1979 Italian Culture Center Cairo Egypt.
2003 Picasso Art Gallery Egypt
2002-3 Nordic Art Gallery Norway
2000 Brenneriet, Hadeland, Norway
2000 Picasso Art Gallery, Egypt
1996 Gallery Saltstraumen, Bodo, Norway
1995 Espace Vega, Paris, France
1993 Tjome Kunsthandel, Oslo, Norway
1992 Gallery Saltstraumen, Bodo Norway
1991 Vesteralen,Sortland Norway
1990 gallery primitive Kunst,Oslo Norway
1989 Maxfields, Los Angeles, USA
1988 Freehand, Los Angeles, USA
1988 Alley, Los Angeles, USA
1982 – 1986 Agiba New York, personally owned gallery for wearable art.
Sagene Samfunnshus, Oslo Norway
Hotel Moevenpick, Sharm EL Shiek, Egypt
Hapi Tours, Cruise boats, on the Nile Egypt
Art Link, decorations on Greek cruise boats.