Poluektova Svetlana - a striking artist from Yekaterinburg. Over the 35 years of her life, she wrote over 50 still lifes, portraits and landscapes, some in a classical manner, while others in more daring, post-impressionista. Svetlana graduated from the Shadr school in Yekaterinburg, and subsequently brilliantly graduated from the Moscow Surikov Academy of fine Arts. Svetlana Poluektova - an amazing artist. In her landscapes she speaks of love for a Holy, long-gone Russia - the sad, beckoning distant bells. The Russia of which we know. On my most Lucent fold edge on his voice ringing. Svetlana wrote her thesis on the subject, "my Quiet homeland" on poems of the poet Nikolai Rubtsov. There are lines like- " homeland feel a burning, the death touch." Love for Russia-soaked work of the artist. Her work of the series dedicated to Verhoture, acquired the Governor of Ekaterinburg Rossel and presented later to the President of Russia Boris N. Yeltsin. Unfortunately, the fate of the earlier claimed her life. But memory remains in her extraordinary pictures, in which she put her whole soul.