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PLENAIR IN NIKITSKOYE / SEPTEMBER-1982. DAY II

Second Day of en plain air. Morning was foggy.

The first working day did not bring abundant results, but turned up a two-week plan. Then I had to languish. It was for the first 5 years of studying painting acquired the habit of spontaneity. I could relate and discuss their plans with my friend, but what the annoying! – breaking away from work and from home for two weeks, licensed institute certificate plain air, immediately to the goodwill to push ourselves to the schedule grid! I remind myself a hero of the song “Ambler” by Vysotsky – “but not under saddle and no bridle!” Sooner or later, the plan was drawn up.

Despite the bright sunrise, the first day in Nikitskoe turned out to overcast. A lot of the time took care of the household: to dig the ditch around the tent, to pull the plastic canopy in case of rain, to disassemble products, to consider a sequence of actions.

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BIOGRAPHY

born June 15, 1956 in Kaliningrad / Königsberg, Russia

• 1977-1985 – graduated the Artistic-Graphic faculty of State Pedagogical University (Moscow)
• 1980-2012 participated in a range of artistic exhibitions
• 1986 member of Soviet Artistic Union / Young section
• 1987 participant of the All-Union artistic exhibition «Youth of Country» (The Manezh Central Exhibition Hall, Moscow)
• 2000 graduated the educational program in Institute of Contemporary Art, Moscow
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