Information about the artist
RUSLAN SERGEEV BIOGRAPHY
Ruslan Svrgeev is a young artist who was born in Gomel, Belarus, in 1981.
The creative predisposition arose in early childhood when, at the age of 4.5, he drew a little man in a beret with a beard, a palette and a brush in his hand. The picture turned out to be prophetic.
After that, he passed the children's Art school, the Gomel Art School and in 2011 graduated from the Belarusian State Academy of Arts in Minsk, the department of Monumental Painting.
Ruslan Sergeev differs from many artists in that he is hyperactive, very able-bodied and does not focus only on one style or direction. The power lies in constant experimentation.
As Ruslan says: - " Working only in one direction is like eating the same dish every day, that is, it's boring.", therefore, Ruslan is very unpredictable.
The main thing is not how it does, but who does it!
The handwriting is in the invisible energy that is invested in each picture at a deep level, regardless of whether it is impressionism, realism, cubism or abstraction, and exclusively in a positive mood, in light meditation.
EXHIBITIONS AND OPENINGS:
During the training and after, he held personal exhibitions, of which there are already more than 20, mainly in the cities of Belarus and St. Petersburg (Russia).
He participated in numerous joint exhibitions, including not only Belarus and Russia, but also Poland.
Many paintings are in private collections of Belarus, Russian, collectors of England, Germany, Italy, France, China and the USA.
RUSLAN SERGEEV STORY
Inspired by the personality of Leonardo Da Vinci, the artist also experiments with his own design of personal leather goods - various bags, purses, backpacks, clothing, furniture.
The ability to dance, which, as Ruslan says: - " I acquired in the last incarnation."- skillfully uses the "Dancing Artist" in the show at various mass events, which is very surprising to others.
The right-hemisphere, intuitive sensitivity of the artist to this world is periodically reflected in his paintings as a clairvoyant who can predict any event.
This predisposition forced the artist to be an observer of himself. As they said in antiquity - “you know yourself, you know yourself and you don't have to go far in the world.”
The credo of the young and promising Ruslan Sergeev sounds like this:
To develop spiritually and physically, to bring good to people with your creativity, making your contribution to the piggy bank of aesthetic pleasure.