Sergey Karlov Russian mosaic artist1

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"The beauty of nature is natural" 1 Sergey Karlov


Sergey Karlov was born June 6, 1959 in the Siberian village of Beryozovka, Krasnoyarsk region. In early childhood, the family moved to the Republic of Khakassia. In 1979 he entered the School of Applied Arts, studied artistic stone processing. After graduation, in 1983, worked as an artist and designer in the shop “Consumer goods”. While working he became interested in Florentine mosaic, to which he devoted the next fifteen years. In the team of young artists, he performed a number of easel mosaic made ​​of natural stone, mosaic tabletops series, as well as the five monumental panels of 35 sq / m each. In the summer of 2000 their team participated in the finishing works of Christ the Savior in Moscow, where they carried out the central part of the monumental mural for the Hall of Church Councils in the Florentine mosaic technique. From 2002 to 2007 Sergey Karlov lived and worked in Moscow, where he studied decorative design environments for residential and office interiors, landscaping, easel and monumental mosaic of stone in mixed techniques. Since that time, he participated in various industry and art exhibitions with his jewelery, small plastic soft stone, graphics, pastel, Florentine mosaic and mosaic in various techniques. Currently Sergey Karlov is living and working in Sayanogorsk, Krasnoyarsk region. Mosaic can be made from different materials – stone, glass, ceramic tile, wood. Presented here mosaics is made of Salbyksky stone. Salbyksky mound – the largest archaeological monument of Khakassia, found in the “Valley of the Kings”, the Eastern Siberia. Sacred territory of Valley of the Kings is popular not only among tourists but also shamans, who perform here ritual cleansing, renewing a person’s energy. Stone mosaic by Sergey Karlov is inspired by Alphonse Mucha, Gustav Klimt and Antonio Gaudi. Sergey Karlov is a member of the Union of Artists of Russia  


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