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Artworks: 21


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Born in Kiev in 1936.

In 1941 my father had evacuated his family and friends, but remained himself as commander of Barrage Balloons troop defending his beloved city of Kiev.

Died at the age of 29.

In 1946 we returned to the city of Kiev.

School, Art studio at the House of Pioneers, Art school, then army.

After demobilization I entered the Kiev Art Institute at the Faculty of Painting.

Studio of Shtilman, Kostetskii.

Masters of painting and drawing were: Vasiliy Zabashta, Boris Pianida, Nikolai Popov, Petr Basanets, Sergey Podderevyansky.

Being third year student I attended the theater workshop led by Professor Nicholas Dukhnovsky, where have received knowledge of the scenography.

In 1967 graduated and was sent by the Ministry of Culture of Ukraine to the Kiev State Operetta Theatre as an Artist director.

From 1967 to 1991 designed 40 performances of Soviet and European repertoire.

Totally 70 performances on the stages of Ukraine, Russia, Poland and Czechoslovakia.

As an art designer co-worked with many directors such as Alexander Barsegyan, Boris Ryabikin, Anatoly Skliarenko, Evgeniy Kushakov, Irina Molostova, Sergey Smeiyan, Edward Mitnitsky, Constantine Artyomenko, Valery Patsunov, Victor Shulakov, Vladimir Sudyin, Igor Afonasev, Anatoly Gochinsky, Dmitry Shevtsov , etc.

The best Art directions of performances were: V. Lukashenko "Good Soldier Schweik", F. Lehar "The Merry Widow" and "The Count of Luxembourg", Y. Milutin "Chanita 's Kiss" and "Circus lights fires ", O. Sandler "Chestnuts of Kiev", Freml E. and L. Stotguard "Rose Marie", J.Strauss "Die Fledermaus" , "The Gypsy Baron" and "A Night in Venice, Morozov "Doctor Aybolit", W. Ziv "Lopushok at Lukomoriye", Y. Chapovetsky "Kotovasiya".

From 1972 to 1922 worked as a lecturer at Theater Department of the Kiev Art Institute.

The greatest part of my work is painting.

Realistic focus requires high professionalism, without denying the abstract thinking, wisdom, knowledge, the top of which is inaccessible.

The main theme of painting is the architectural landscape, sometimes full of people contributing to the sense of scale and creating a certain mood.

Especially a lot of works are from life.

Sketches. Sketches were material to create compositions.

Long-term work - picture composition, require analytical rational approach, knowledge of the laws of composition.

Working in the theater is always parallel to painting.

Scenography solutions play in sketches, costumes, mock-ups and on the stage - it is also a solution of painting tasks.

Since 1967 participated in republican and All-Union exhibitions.

There were many personal exhibitions in Ukraine, Poland, USA and Israel.

Designed performances in the Polish Opera House, International House of Press and Books, Polish Consulate in Kiev.

Exhibitions in Krakow presented together with the Artists' Union, called "Kiev- Krakow Twin Cities".

Was awarded by the honorary title "Honored Worker of Culture of Poland."

In 1992, the mother and brother immigrated to Israel, which left a bright trace in the works - more than 60 paintings on Jewish themes.

Those works were partially exhibited in 1997 in the Hasidic Art Institute of New York, as well as in galleries of the United States and Israel.

Works can be founded in private collections around the world.

Artworks are on permanent exhibition in the gallery "Globus".

Participant of the Project № 62 "Aviart-2012".
Record for Guinness World Records is set!.

Participant of exhibition-collection № 6 "Nature's gentle breath." (Residential Club District "Cherry Town").

Awarded by the diploma for the participation in The collection № 6 "Nature's gentle breath." (Residential Club District "Cherry Town").

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