This exhibition at the Garden of Eden Gallery may interest you.
There is an example of the artist’s work in the attachment.
Please refer any questions to the Gallery.
TO THE ONE WHO KNOWS…
Valery Koroshilov, artist and architect – Solo Exhibition, Till
9th ANNUAL CHELSEA ART FAIR
Wed 21 April(Preview) – Sun 25 April, Stand 9
CALL the gallery for complimentary tickets
Tuesday – Friday 11am – 5pm, Saturday 11am – 6pm
The GARDEN OF EDEN Art Gallery
36A Kensington Church St, London W8 4BX, Tel 020 7361 1743
Tubes: Kensington High St, Notting Hill Gate
VALERY KOROSHILOV – Artist and Architect
Powerful drawing and compositional skills combined with strict
discipline of colour are partly explained by the artist’s
concerns on the subject matter, and partly by his architectural
education. Valery’s background as an artist is not at all
traditional. He studied architecture and spent a number of years
designing, teaching and researching. With no formal art school
training, at the age of twenty-eight, he began to paint in
whatever free time was available. His artistic career was
launched in 1992 after a successful exhibition of graphic works
in Amsterdam, where he then worked as an architect for Alberts &
Van Huut, one of the leading Organic Style design practices in
Europe. That first public exposure led to invitations from three
more galleries to show his work. After moving to London in 1996
Valery has held several shows in London galleries including Roy
Miles, Albermarle, The MallGalleries, Westminster Gallery,
and the BOC Covent Garden Festival. Valery’s work has been
featured at the prestigious Classic FM Festival aux
Quat’Saisons, where his paintings accompanied the performances
of some of the most creative classical musicians of our time:
Emma Johnson, the Sorrel Quartet and Julian Lloyd Webber. He was
also among the first young London artists to be featured
in the prestigious Getty Images, Seattle, launched in 2000 as
the largest web site for fine art images in the world.
Valery Koroshilov’s work can be found in many private and public
collections worldwide including University College London,
International School of Amsterdam, Dionysious Frescoes Museum
in Russia, the Medici Group in Brugge, Castle Aertrycke in
Gent, Baker Tilly Group UK, and others.
Images of Valery’s paintings are included into the BritArt
Directory 2001, and most recently have been featured in a Sunday
Times Style article in April 2003.
Selection of paintings for the Garden of Eden Gallery’s solo-
exhibition shows some of the latest work of the artist, produced
in the last two years and most of it has never been exhibited