2006 coloured pencils, gel ink pen on paper



colored pencils, gel ink pen, paper

A self-taught artist from Tomsk, Russia

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  • Donna19
    Donna19about 2 years ago

    I have started my Sunday off with this beautiful video and art. If I could favorite it a hundred time just to get the other bubblers to see both it would be great because it would bless them as well. Beautiful all around work.

  • You and I feel some connection between our works, so, with your kind permission there’s a link to yours:
    Futilities Of Fears by Donna Hutchins
    Thank you very much

    – Sergei Rukavishnikov

  • labaker
    labakerabout 2 years ago

    beautiful, imaginative piece, and lovely song and video Sergei…….

  • thanks a lot, Larry
    I have to claim that I’m not responsible for the song and video, of course :-)

    – Sergei Rukavishnikov

  • Rhenastarr
    Rhenastarrabout 2 years ago


  • I appreciate your attention

    – Sergei Rukavishnikov

  • sure2010
    sure2010about 2 years ago


  • Thank you

    – Sergei Rukavishnikov

  • Graham Povey
    Graham Poveyabout 2 years ago


  • Thank you indeed, Graham

    – Sergei Rukavishnikov

  • Yvonne Emerson
    Yvonne Emersonabout 2 years ago

    Amazing work!

  • Thanks a lot

    – Sergei Rukavishnikov

  • madvlad
    madvladabout 2 years ago

    quote the raven never more,nice classical art

  • thanks

    – Sergei Rukavishnikov

  • Nadya Johnson
    Nadya Johnsonabout 2 years ago

    Beautiful work and beautiful music! I hadn’t heard that one before. All our questions are indeed answered with more questions – aren’t they? The lucky crow has no such problems… he knows everything he needs to know and just continues “Being Crow” while mankind agonizes over every riddle, building cities, monuments and statues (which are in themselves “questions” for another age) – but nothing more to Crow than spots to roost. And some day when the cities, monuments and statues have long crumbled into dust, the Crow will probably be here doing “crow things” – not much change for him – he will find another spot. (“Quote the Raven, nevermore!”) Who then, is the Lucky One? :) Brilliantly done and another very thought provoking work of art!

  • I appreciate your thoughts, Nadya.
    I’ve told before that my works can be read as a moment of story, you proved it once again, expanding the short fragment into the fest of imagination.
    Well , sometimes I like to take some recognizable clichés and manipulate them to achive my own purpose. Further it depends on people either they can or cannot overcome the cliché boundaries.

    – Sergei Rukavishnikov

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  • Thank you very much, Kira

    – Sergei Rukavishnikov

  • AnnaAsche
    AnnaAscheabout 2 years ago

    Congratulations from in-between!

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