Sergey Dmitrievich Vorzhev was born on 21 February, 1950 in Krasnodar Region. In 1972 he graduated from the Kuban State University, Graphic Arts department.
Since 1977 - participant of more than 50 exhibitions of all levels.
Artworks purchased: Krasnodar Art Museum. Kovalenko, North Caucasian branch of
the Museum of Oriental Art, Ministry of Culture of Russia. Are in private collections
in Japan, Singapore, New Zealand, Canada, USA, Germany, Austria, Italy, Turkey, France,
Russia and other countries.
Member of the Board of the regional organization of the Union of Artists of the Russian Federation.
Cavalier of the Order of Peter the Great, I degree.
member of the Union
of Artists of Russia
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THE MOST FAMOUS
“ The art of Sergey Vorzhev takes a special place in the art of Kuban. He has created a pictural myth of the Cossack region, full of love to its inhab- itants. Without flash the artist projects his admiration of smartness, greatheartedness and freedom-loving nature of our ancestors. His works are skillfully made, the images are irresistibly charming. But without the special Vorzhev`s humor they would not become so alive and real.”
V. I. Kondratiev
Head of Administration (Governor) of the Krasnodar Territory
“ He has been a great master for a long time. And it seems to me that Vorzhev, who loved physics and astronomy since he was a child, "calculated the shortest path to the constellation of the Gold Dipper" in the space of art. This is a very special, Vorzhev`s Dipper, containing his unique style of painting. I am pleased to look at Vorzhev`s pictures and drawings and recall his personal precept: "... the main source of energy in art are our ethnic roots ..."”
V. I. LIKHONOSOV
Laureate of the State Prize of Russia
“ Showing the elements of a folk life, the artist finds a vivid style, close to "friendly caricature" - always tonally diverse mild smile. The way of life, that looks like toil in a real life, transforms into an enviable for any modern ecologist microcosm of a peasant dwelling, often created "from the dust of the ground" - clay, straw and cane, organically fitting the surrounding landscape.”