Sergey Eylanbekov was born in Russia in 1960. After graduating with honors from Moscow Surikov Academy of Fine Arts in 1984, he worked as a professional sculptor.
He immigrated to the United States in 1989. Early on, his skills helped him earn his living by producing copies and reproductions of various classical sculptures.
In 2004, his sculpture “Five Continents” officially represented the United States in the International Olympic Committee’s global Art and Sport Contest and was awarded 1st place. This work is in the permanent collection of the Olympic Museum in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Eylanbekov has won numerous contests and completed major public commissions, including sculptures for the Peer Gynt Sculpture Park in Oslo, Norway, the Hancock-Adams Common in Quincy, MA.
Most recently, he completed sculptures for the D.D. Eisenhower Memorial in Washington, D.C.
His works have been exhibited at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art, the United States Sports Academy, and the United Nations.