Painter: Pyatin Oleg
Pyatin Oleg - Painter's Biography
Artist Oleg Pyatin was born into a working-class family in 1962 in Leningrad, Russia. He began to draw as a child, studied at an art school. After graduating from high school, he entered the graphic arts department of the Leningrad State Pedagogical Institute named after Herzen. Artistic skills manifested in him from an early age and are still being improved. He honed his skills by looking at the work of famous masters and painting on his own at home. Most of the paintings painted by Oleg are created in the style of "realism". All of them are painted with oil paints on canvas. In addition to landscapes of nature, Oleg paints urban landscapes, sea views and still lifes, and also works in the technique of "light painting".
«Imagine that several themes, several plots can be hidden on one canvas at once. Can you imagine the image on the canvas changing? Can you imagine that, looking at the picture in the morning, you see the morning on it, and when you come home in the evening, you will already see the evening in the picture? Or maybe you have a desire, getting up in the morning, to see a sea storm in the picture, and in the evening for the sea to calm down? Do you want to see a simple summer landscape on your wall? Or maybe later you want it to become winter?»
Oleg's works have a unique atmosphere, the artist tries to convey the delights of village life as accurately as possible, carefully considering the details of his drawing. The author is also an avid lover of walking in the forest and looking for inspiration in the beauties of Russian nature. In his works, Pyatin tries to show that he is an ordinary person who appreciates and loves nature and the joys of everyday life.
Pyatin Oleg: where are the artist's paintings presented?
Currently, Oleg Pyatin travels a lot around the world in search of new ideas and inspiration. For more than 30 years of creative activity, the artist has gained fame among connoisseurs of painting around the world. His works can be seen in art collections in Russia, China, Finland, France, Germany, the USA and other countries.