Born in 1949 in Nizhny Tagil.
С1973 in 1978, he studied at the graphic art faculty of Nizhny Tagil state pedagogical Institute.
Since 1993 — member of the artists Union of Russia.
Associate Professor of painting.
The work in the house of creativity: 1989 — Irkutsk (dt Baikal); 1990 — Moscow (dt "Senezh"); 1991 — Moscow (dt "Senezh").
The works of Svetlana are:
National Museum of fine arts. Nizhny Tagil, Russia
— Art galleries: Kaliningrad, Kurgan, Novosibirsk, Ufa. Russia
— Funds of the Ministry of culture of the Russian Federation.
— University Museum of arts, Tokyo, Japan.
Gallery library. Belinsky, Ekaterinburg, Russia
Gallery: Canada, Spain, Poland, Sweden, China, Korea, Yugoslavia, Japan.
Private collections: Austria, America, Germany, Spain, Russia, France.
Born in Nizhny Tagil, Sverdlovsk region. Studied at the Nizhny Tagil State pedagogical Institute, art-graphic faculty (1973-1978). In 1993. was admitted to the Union of Artists of Russia.
Associate Professor of the Department of painting of the Nizhny Tagil pedagogical Institute.
Highlights of the exhibition
1987 - Exhibition - report "Sverdlovsk artists in Moscow".
1990-1994 - international exhibition of miniatures, Toronto, Canada.
1991 - zone exhibition, Kurgan.
1992 - the Second international biennial of easel graphic art, Kaliningrad, Russia.
1993 - "Contemporary art of the Urals", Kaliningrad, Russia.
1994-97 - the international print exhibition of small forms, Barcelona, Spain. Exhibition tours of the collection, England, France, Spain, Korea.
1995-99 - international print Biennal of small forms, the Island Wielkopolski, Poland.
1995-98 - Ural triennalle of print graphics, Ufa, Russia.
1995 - international print Triennale, small, Tokyo, Japan.
1997 – international biennial of miniature Olofstrom, Sweden.
1997 – regional exhibition, Ufa, Russia
1998 – international exhibition of ex-libris. China
1998 – international exhibition of miniatures. Seoul, Korea
1998-2000 – international Biennale of miniature art. Mountain Milanovac. Yugoslavia.
2000 - international exhibition of modern exlibris: Malbork, Poland
2000 – Exhibition of teachers of the Institute. Bardot, France.
1993. Nizhniy Tagil (fine arts Museum)
1994. Revda (city exhibition center)
2000. Nizhniy Tagil (Central city library)
The works are:
State Museum of art N-Tagil.
The Kaliningrad art gallery.
Funds of the Ministry of culture of the Russian Federation.
University Museum of arts, Tokyo, Japan.
Private gallery, Austria, America, Germany, Spain, Russia, France