SergeyKonrad's Artworks

SergeyKonrad
Sergey Konrad,  RUSSIA
Artist
Since

- Personal Statement
The artist who draws the path (edited by L. Frolov_12.05.2020) the future artist Was born on a cold December night in 1963, when a fierce snowstorm swept the small gold-mining Magadan mine Upper At-Uryak, and the frozen logs of the huts crackled from the fifty-degree frost. Sergey's grandfather was the head of a gold mine, and his mother worked as a draftsman and designer. Together with her husband, an artist, they came to a harsh land in pursuit of happiness and adventure, and found a son there. Two years later, the young family got a room in Moscow and for the next 5 years they lived in Moscow, where Sergey spent his childhood, as well as in Krasnokamensk, where he and his family lived for 7 years. In his youth, he became interested in playing the guitar and writing poetry. The 70s in the USSR were marked by a rapid increase in the popularity of karate. Sergey Frolov also became interested in this type of martial arts. He trained at the Central school of karate under the guidance of the famous coach Vladimir Livshits, a student of the legendary Tadeusz Kasyanov – actor and stuntman, the Creator of the first group in the USSR for practicing martial arts, who today heads the all-Russian Federation of hand-to-hand combat and traditional karate. Sergey Frolov persistently studied the secrets of martial arts, and when he reached the required level of skill, he began to train himself. These skills were useful to him later, when he served in the army, at the Baikonur cosmodrome. Sergey started drawing in the early 80's. At first it was crayons, then the novice artist tried to paint in oil. At the same time, he becomes interested in Eastern philosophy and spiritual practices: he studies integral yoga, the founder of which was the Indian philosopher Sri Aurobindo Hosh; he also practices Agni yoga, the creators of the religious and philosophical doctrine of which-"the Doctrine of living ethics"-were Nicholas and Elena Roerich. By the way, the philosophy and painting of the Roerichs had a significant influence on Sergei's early work. Sergey grew up in a family of artists: his grandmother was one of the active members of the Moscow regional Union of artists, and his father was a professional artist. Nevertheless, Sergey Frolov considers himself "self-taught" in his work, because in the development of his talent in everything and always trusted intuition. – My early works were more of an emotional outburst, based on feelings and feelings - says the artist. - Whereas in my later works, starting from 2010, I focused on specific phenomena, mechanisms that make up our entire life. I am well aware that all of us who live in this world are one and the same. Of course, I don't insist on being right in any way. But it is this awareness that has led to the emergence of a new series of works about each of which I can clearly and clearly tell what I wanted to Express and what to sum up. I create from my pictures an algorithm of the path that I followed and continue to follow. Each of these works is a kind of picture – idea, picture-teaching, through which I share my observations of the internal and external processes of life with people who are interested in my work and philosophy.
- Education and Career
- Exhibitions and Prizes
- Personal Statement
The artist who draws the path (edited by L. Frolov_12.05.2020) the future artist Was born on a cold December night in 1963, when a fierce snowstorm swept the small gold-mining Magadan mine Upper At-Uryak, and the frozen logs of the huts crackled from the fifty-degree frost. Sergey's grandfather was the head of a gold mine, and his mother worked as a draftsman and designer. Together with her husband, an artist, they came to a harsh land in pursuit of happiness and adventure, and found a son there. Two years later, the young family got a room in Moscow and for the next 5 years they lived in Moscow, where Sergey spent his childhood, as well as in Krasnokamensk, where he and his family lived for 7 years. In his youth, he became interested in playing the guitar and writing poetry. The 70s in the USSR were marked by a rapid increase in the popularity of karate. Sergey Frolov also became interested in this type of martial arts. He trained at the Central school of karate under the guidance of the famous coach Vladimir Livshits, a student of the legendary Tadeusz Kasyanov – actor and stuntman, the Creator of the first group in the USSR for practicing martial arts, who today heads the all-Russian Federation of hand-to-hand combat and traditional karate. Sergey Frolov persistently studied the secrets of martial arts, and when he reached the required level of skill, he began to train himself. These skills were useful to him later, when he served in the army, at the Baikonur cosmodrome. Sergey started drawing in the early 80's. At first it was crayons, then the novice artist tried to paint in oil. At the same time, he becomes interested in Eastern philosophy and spiritual practices: he studies integral yoga, the founder of which was the Indian philosopher Sri Aurobindo Hosh; he also practices Agni yoga, the creators of the religious and philosophical doctrine of which-"the Doctrine of living ethics"-were Nicholas and Elena Roerich. By the way, the philosophy and painting of the Roerichs had a significant influence on Sergei's early work. Sergey grew up in a family of artists: his grandmother was one of the active members of the Moscow regional Union of artists, and his father was a professional artist. Nevertheless, Sergey Frolov considers himself "self-taught" in his work, because in the development of his talent in everything and always trusted intuition. – My early works were more of an emotional outburst, based on feelings and feelings - says the artist. - Whereas in my later works, starting from 2010, I focused on specific phenomena, mechanisms that make up our entire life. I am well aware that all of us who live in this world are one and the same. Of course, I don't insist on being right in any way. But it is this awareness that has led to the emergence of a new series of works about each of which I can clearly and clearly tell what I wanted to Express and what to sum up. I create from my pictures an algorithm of the path that I followed and continue to follow. Each of these works is a kind of picture – idea, picture-teaching, through which I share my observations of the internal and external processes of life with people who are interested in my work and philosophy.
- Education and Career
- Exhibitions and Prizes
Total 2
  • Golden Shadow
    Painting - Acrylic on Canvas
    SergeyKonrad
    RUSSIA
    Original $2,500.00
    Prints from $54.76
  • The predetermination of bliss
    Painting - Acrylic on Canvas
    SergeyKonrad
    RUSSIA
    Original $2,150.00
    Prints from $50.90
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