Dimitri Strelkov


 For me, the true freedom of creativity, the quintessence of art in its purest form
 As an artist of late 20th, early 21st. century, I absorbed a wealth of previous experience in fine arts and philosophies, including post-modernism. 
Conception of my creativity is not a pure stream corresponds to some abstract art, but vice versa weaving together various stylistic trends of an abstraction.  

I call my personal style “Abstract Eclecticism” or “ABSTRACLECTISM” The saturation of the picture surface most varied artistic methods, painting techniques  and textures combined with an expressive, dynamic compositional structure allows me to create a special, unique multi-dimensional world, to see, to learn and to know that you can as a whole in the distance, and peering into every inch of the image... 

Dimitri Strelkov
Born in Moscow in 1966. 
Graduated from the Krasnopresnenskaya Art School in 1983 
Graduated from the Art and Graphic Faculty of the Moscow State Pedagogical Institute named after V. I. Lenin in 1990. 
Member of the Association of Painters of the Moscow Union of Artists 
Member of the Creative Union of Artists of Russia 
Participant of more than 100 group and personal exhibitions in Moscow and abroad since 1990. 

Awarded diplomas and certificates from the Academy of Arts, Moscow Union of Artists and the Creative Union of Artists of Russia. 
Chairman of the Abstract Painting Section of the Eurasian Art Union 
A successful participant in the auction of contemporary art in Paris. 
Winner of the ART EXCELLENCE AWARDS (silver medal) 

Artworks are in the National Portrait Gallery in Moscow,
in the Museum of the Portrait of the Artist in Moscow, 
in the museum "Gogol's House" in Moscow, 
in the Museum of Contemporary Art in Haikou (China), 
in the City Art Museum of Zavolzhsk, 
in the Museum of "Modern Art on Dmitrovskaya" in Rostov-on-Don, 
in the Museum of the Academic Dacha named after I.Repin, 

as well as in private and corporate collections in Russia, the United States , Britain, Spain, Germany, France, Holland, Japan, Portugal, Turkey, China, the United Arab Emirates.