- Image of the Day -
"The Rain in Puschino"
April 3, 2018
Twelve Pieces by Contemporary Artist
Vladimir Tuporshin (Born 1960)
Vladimir Tuporshin - The Rain in Puschino
Vladimir N. Tuporshin - Spring Coming
Vladimir Tuporshin - Upper Andreevsky Pond
Vladimir Tuporshin - Manezhnaya Square
Vladimir Tuporshin - Kolomna. Kremlin. View of the Temple
Vladimir Tuporshin - Guest House Old Boys in Medovoevka near Sochi
Vladimir Tuporshin - St. Andrew's Monastery
Vladimir Tuporshin - Oka in the September Evening
Vladimir Tuporshin - Forest Covered with Snow 2
Vladimir Tuporshin - Alley in Gorky Park
Vladimir Tuporshin - Pushkin Square
Vladimir N. Tuporshin - Christmas in Moscow
Feature Artist Bio
By permission of the artist, The Cyber Art Show is pleased to feature the second of two 12-piece exhibitions of works by Russian painter
Vladimir Tuporshin (born 1960 in Vytegra, northern Russia).
Vladimir attended school 1968-1978 in Pushchino (Moscow area, Russia) where his parents moved when he was five years old. From
1978-1984 he was a student in the Physics department at Moscow State University. As a postgraduate student at Moscow State University from 1984-1987 he defended his dissertation and earned a Ph.D degree in Physics.
From 1987-1991 Vladimir worked as a Scientist. He lived on Shikotan island (South Kuril chain), and worked in the Tsunami laboratory of the Sakhalin Institute of Marine Geology and Geophysics, providing investigation of long waves in the shelf area of the Pacific Ocean.
Today Vladimir is a successful entrepreneur. In 1991 he founded a software development company, initially in Sakhalin, later in Moscow and Krasnodar. With a team of 20 employees he has established a stable and profitable business developing and selling software tools Webasyst and Shop-Script for website and e-commerce industry, with more than 20,000 customers in 100+ countries around the world.
While Vladimir has been a successful student, scientist and entrepreneur, he has been an artist all his life. He learned to draw as a child. He loved to draw and drew a lot, basically illustrating books that he read. When he grew up he put aside drawing, as he simply did not have time and was busy with "more important" things. He always dreamed of returning to art and did so, at the age of 50. Today he cannot stop, drawing and painting every day!
"Reality is boring unless you look at it with a watercolor eye that helps you to skip messing details and find edges that organize familiar forms in the way you would never find without this 'eye' "