Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Sergei Oussik

Name: Sergei Oussik, PSA.
Bio: Sergei Oussik was born in 1958 in Andijan, central Russia in what was then the Soviet Republic of Uzbekistan. He studied both art and architecture at the Institute of Engineers of Construction in St Petersburg. But, after five years as an architect, he opted to pursue a career as an artist.
Today his studio is on Vasily Island, part of the St Petersburg archipelago. His pastels depict the decaying splendour of the city's buildings and the light, water and forests of the surrounding countryside. Sergei started his art career by selling works on the streets of St Petersburg, but has since achieved an international reputation as a formidable landscape artist of great sensitivity.
He is a member of the Russian Union of Artists, the International Federation of Artists, the Pastel Society of France and International Association of Pastel Society. He is a signature member of the Pastel Society of America and a leader of the St. Petersburg Society. His work has appeared in exhibits all over the world, from Paris to Athens. Oussik also teaches work-shops.
Sergei was featured in the Pastel Journal in December 2007.
Medium: Pastel.
Subjects: Landscape.
Style: Representational.
Navigation: The bilingual site is in Russian and in English. This site has a unique feature – you can choose to view an only images mode, which gives you access to all images on a single page. This choice also appears on the individual images page, but does not in fact work from there – there is an error in the URL. It is probably best to right click on an image to enlarge it in a new page, while maintaining the full thumbnail page open.
Gallery: Choose either Gallery or Only Images Mode – the results are similar.
Image View: Thumbnails enlarge on new page with information on medium and support. Canal Griboedova is 66x54 cm. , 540x460, 112 KB.
Demo: No.
Blog/EBay/Flickr: No.

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