Artem Puchkov hails from Tomsk, who took place as an artist in Crimea, and in recent years has lived and worked in Moscow.
Artem Puchkov was born in 1969. Graduated from the Crimean Art School named after M.S. Samokish. He studied at the art studio of the famous artist and architect Hugo Schauffler, who calls Puchkov his best student.
Puchkov is a recognized master of landscape. In the press he was dubbed “the Crimean Roerich” – not least because of the works written by the author under the impression of a creative trip to India, Pakistan and Tibet in 1997. But if the paintings of Nicholas Roerich are more often viewed in the context of symbolism and modernity, then Puchkov’s work tends to realism, although it is not devoid of impressionistic features (manifested in working with light and blurred contours) and author’s findings (choice of colors).
The artist has more than forty personal and group exhibitions. The geography of the expositions extends far beyond the Crimea: since 1992, Puchkov’s works have been exhibited, in particular, in Chicago, Prague, Moscow, Kiev. His paintings participated in the auctions Artprice (France), “SOVKOM”, Artinvestment (Russia), “Epoch” (Ukraine), were exhibited at the Russian Antique Salon in the Central House of Artists (Moscow), are kept in private collections in many countries. And also Artem Puchkov conducts video painting lessons.
Artem Puchkov ‘s paintings