Dmitry Tsukan was born in St. Petersburg, Russia on July 6, 1988. Later he went to a local art-school, where he has been studying for 4 years. After he entered the art college named by N.Rerih and graduated from it. At the present time he is a 3rd year student of the Ilya Repin St. Petersburg State Academic Institute Of Fine Arts.
AP: Your first works. What did they look like?
DC: Since the first works the teachers became very interested in me and pushed me to study further. It is difficult to say something about my first works, but one thing I know for sure, they were picturesque, this is probably what attracted my teachers!
AP: Do you have any formal education in your sphere or were you self-taught?
DC: I currently study at Ilya Repin St. Petersburg State Academic Institute Of Fine Arts.
AP: What genre are your works?
DC: At the moment I am walking a straight track in realism. While this way for me is not fully opened. Difficulties arise both in life and in art, because one without the other can not exist. By experimenting I am trying to find something else for reassurance of realism!
AP: How would you describe your works?
DC: My art works are distinguished by its images, its sign that each canvas has. If the picture drew somebody’s attention it means it is special to the audience!
AP: What kind of equipment and techniques do you use?
DC: I use only paints and brushes.
AP: Would you consider yourself as an expert in this sphere?
DC: Yes, I think, I’m a professional!
AP: What is your success formula?
DC: My success formula is to strive for the highest borders as possible, achieve brilliant success and recognition. To make this dream come true I work a lot! I participate in exhibitions, sell paintings abroad.
AP: Is there someone who helps you in your creativity?
DC: Yes, warmth and inspiration I feel from my loved ones. Sometimes I think they understand art even more better than I do, though they have slightest experience in it.
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