Sergey Eylanbekov

fellow member

Sergey Eylanbekov began his sculpture and drawing studies in Moscow in 1973. After graduation with honor from the prestigious Moscow Surikov Academy of Fine Arts in 1984, he participated in several important exhibitions, from which several of his sculptures were acquired by the Russian Academy of Fine Art and the Ministry of Culture for permanent expositions in various museums. In 1989, Sergey moved to the United States, where he continued working as a professional sculptor. In the beginning, his sophisticated skills in figurative sculpture helped to earn his living by producing reproductions of various classic sculpture the majority of which were endorsed by major museums throughout the country. At the same time, he kept creating original works and participating in various art shows and contests. Eventually, he and his works became well-known in the United States and around the world. Throughout the years he has produced and exhibited sculptures in a variety of techniques and materials, including bronze, marble and cast Lucite.

fellow member

Sergey Eylanbekov

Sergey Eylanbekov began his sculpture and drawing studies in Moscow in 1973. After graduation with honor from the prestigious Moscow Surikov Academy of Fine Arts in 1984, he participated in several important exhibitions, from which several of his sculptures were acquired by the Russian Academy of Fine Art and the Ministry of Culture for permanent expositions in various museums. In 1989, Sergey moved to the United States, where he continued working as a professional sculptor. In the beginning, his sophisticated skills in figurative sculpture helped to earn his living by producing reproductions of various classic sculpture the majority of which were endorsed by major museums throughout the country. At the same time, he kept creating original works and participating in various art shows and contests. Eventually, he and his works became well-known in the United States and around the world. Throughout the years he has produced and exhibited sculptures in a variety of techniques and materials, including bronze, marble and cast Lucite.