Natalie Zoghby

Medium: Mixed Media

Natalie Russo Zoghby, an artist hailing from Hoover, creates vibrant portraits of influential female leaders who are shaping the world, alongside bold and colorful abstract artworks. Her portraits are characterized by a dynamic blend of bold hues, glitter, and jewels, offering a playful yet powerful juxtaposition. Zoghby’s recent notable achievements include an invitation to display her portrait of Supreme Court Justice Kentji Jackson Brown by Senator Doug Jones during a visit to Birmingham. Additionally, her artwork holds a place of honor on permanent display at UAB, as part of the largest collection of LGBTQ+ Art in the Southeast. Her artistic endeavors have garnered attention from various publications such as Vestavia Hills Magazine,, and Southern Living. Notably, in 2020, she took on the role of designing window displays at The Pizitz Food Halls, further showcasing her creative versatility. Complementing her professional achievements, Zoghby actively engages with her community through her monthly painting classes for adults hosted at local breweries since 2015. Zoghby’s artistic journey is rooted in her educational background, holding a degree in Art and Fashion Design from the University of Alabama, supplemented by a graduate certificate in Art and Medicine from the University of Florida. Throughout her career, she has remained steadfast in her commitment to her artistic practice, operating from her studio in Vestavia Hills, Alabama.