Department:

Visual Arts

Teaching Focus:

Visual Arts

Alexander Dzyubko was born in Russia in a family of artists.  He underwent years of art training,  completing studies at the St. Petersburg Academy of Art. Currently, Alexander is a well-known specialist in the schools and techniques of Old Masters and Impressionism. He studied the Rembrandt and Ruben schools and lived in the Netherlands and Belgium. He is a devoted follower of the famous Russian artist Yuri Skorikov. Alexander is the founder of “School of Classical Realism” at the Hamilton Conservatory for the Arts and is a strong supporter of classical education in Fine Art. Using art training, Alexander uses the style of conceptual-realism to better express his ideas, merging many styles in one. He is constantly exploring new visual languages in contemporary realistic art. He is the winner of several prizes in art shows and juried competitions. His work has been has been acquired by public organizations, art galleries and private collections.  exhibited in Russia, Germany, Netherlands, Canada, and the USA. His art has been acquired by public organizations, art galleries and private collections.

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