1969 Born February 14, in Mexico City
1988 Studied Fine Art at the National Academy of San Carlos in Mexico City.
1990 Participated in "Artistas Mexicanos del siglo XX" in Casa del Lago, Mexico City
1991 Worked in the studio of painter Gonzalez Orozco, assisting him with the mural "Historia de la Medicina en Mexico" for the Juarez Hospital
1992 Participated in "Interpretaciones Personales" at the Instituto de Cultura Superior in Mexico City
1993 Moved to Paris to continue her studies at the Ecole des Arts Plastiques
1993 Began to paint portraits in her own studio in Paris
1994 Went to the desert in Southwestern United States where she continued to do painting and photography, while working closely as an apprentice of Spanish realist artist Miguel Arguello. They lived in the desert until 2001.
1995 Had her first one woman show as a photographer in the "Galeria Zaloren" in Mexico City
1995 Show was repeated in "Images of Light" at the "Refugio de la Condesa" in Mexico City
1996 Participated in group show at the "Galeria Zaloren" in Mexico City
1996 Completed a six meter mural at the Historic night club "Catacumbas" in Mexico City
1997 Got a commission by the Cathedral of Mexico to make a series of new postcards of the interiors and exteriors of the cathedral. Worked on this for several months and completed it.
1998 Participated in a group show, as an artist, at the Mexican Art Gallery "Alirios" in Mexico City
2001 One woman show as an artist at the House of Culture of the State of Quintana Roo
2001-2005 Lived and worked in Florida and Mexico
2005 Moved to Los Angeles
2013 To see recent works of Natasha Gray, please visit www.natashagray.com