Slava Korolenkov is a contemporary Russian artist. As a graduate of the prestigious Moscow Stroganov State University of Art, Slava is best known for his mastery of color and bold brushwork. He was greatly influenced by the style of Nikolay Fechin, Konstantin Korovin, Michael Vrubel and the French Impressionists.
His works are exhibited internationally and are well represented in private collections throughout Japan, USA, Germany, France, and elsewhere. He has extensive teaching experience both in Russia and abroad.
To see more works of Slava, visit www.latihan.ru.
Richard Robinson is a talented and versatile New Zealand artist. He is also an excellent teacher and his live workshops and online lessons are extremely popular all over the world.
Richard’s work is described as realist landscape however he does like to experiment with impressionistic techniques using broad loose brush strokes to capture the effect of light.
Richard’s paintings have been exhibited in many group and solo exhibitions. His work is held in New Zealand and International collections.
During the workshop Richard will be working with you every day – providing inspiration, encouragement and helping you select appropriate subjects to paint. He will illustrate a wide range of the topics with talks and demonstrations.
Fermin will show you his unique way of painting and create a masterpiece in front of you. You will have an opportunity to learn some of his secrets and ask any question.