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Nikolai
Nikolaevich Lukashuk

Russia 
born in 1957
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Painter, member of the Union of Artists of Russia since 2005. Born September 5, 1957 in Kuibyshev (now Samara). In 1974 he graduated from Kuibyshev art school for children. In 1982, with honours, a diploma in the Kuibyshev art College (now the Samara art College named. Kuzma Petrov-Vodkin). His artistic creativity began in 1998. Paintings by artist Nicholas Lukashuk are in private collections in Russia and abroad.

Participation in exhibitions:

2001 – Regional art exhibition "150 years of Samara province"

2002 – Personal exhibition (Samara)

2002 – Exhibition dedicated to the 45th anniversary of the author (Samara)

2002 – Regional art exhibition (Samara)

2003 – "Great Volga 2003". XI regional art exhibition (N. Novgorod)

2003 – "Moscow international art salon" (Moscow)

2005 – "Urban landscape" (Samara)

2005 – Personal exhibition. Art gallery of Surgut (Surgut)

2006 – Regional art exhibition "155 years of Samara province" (Samara)

2006 – "Lada 2006". International academic plein air (Samara)

2006 – Exhibition of portraits of Samara artists "Familiar features" (Samara)

2007 – Competition "Golden palette" (Saratov)

2007 – Art project "Between two worlds" (Samara)

2007 – Art project "Traditions of Russian feast" (Samara)

2007 – Art project "Interiors, interiors..." (Samara)

2007 – Exhibition dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the author (Samara)

2007 – interregional art exhibition "Unity" (Nizhny Novgorod)

2008 – the exhibition "21st century" (St. Petersburg)

2008 - inter-regional art exhibition "Big Volga" (Cheboksary, Samara)

The creative journey:

2003 – Kazakhstan. Bay "Bityk"

2006 – Kalmykia. (Elista, S. Tsagan-Nur)

2007 – Yaroslavl, Rostov, Tutaev, S. Tolga

2008 – Nizhniy Novgorod

2008 – Cheboksary

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