Eugene Fedorov was born in Yoshker-Ola, Russia in 1962. His father was a military officer and his mother was a teacher. He is the youngest in a family of 3 children.
Eugene spent much of his childhood drawing and painting. His parents put him in a special high school for talented children where he continued his studies with a special emphasis on art. After graduating from high school, he was accepted to an art college in his native city from which he graduated in 1982 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree. That same year, he applied to one of the most prestigious art institutes in Russia, the V. Syrikov State Art Institute in Moscow. He was one of only 24 young students from throughout the country accepted that year for the easel painting division. He studied under Dmitry Mochalsky, an eminent artist of some renown and a highly respected academic.
Upon completing the first year program, Eugene was called to serve in the army for two years. This service was mandatory for young men after the age of 18. He finally graduated the Syrikov State Art Institute in Moscow in 1990 receiving a Master’s Degree. His graduation work was a large oil painting named “Pet’s Market”.
For a short period of time, Eugene taught drawing at the Technical Institute in Moscow. He became a member of the Art Union in Russia and participated in many exhibitions that took place throughout the country. Of personal interest and pride was a one-man exhibit held in his hometown of Yoshkar-Ola in 1990.
In 1991, Eugene immigrated to the United States with fervor and an excitement of embracing this new land and its diversity in tastes in art. Of note on local projects would be the “Harbor Freeway Overture” in Los Angeles. An 11,000 square foot, eight story mural featuring members of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra that was organized through Kent Twitchell’s Art Studio.
He has worked as a background artist for Warner Brothers Studios in “Snow Queen”. “The Quest for Camelot”, Nickelodeon’s “Angry Beavers”, Hyperion Production’s “Little Wizard Stories” and through Rich Animation Studios, creating background for “The King and I”. In addition to these accomplishments, Eugene has used his talent and knowledge as a textile designer for Missbrena, Inc.
Eugene Fedorov has extensive and noteworthy academic experience that is rare in the contemporary art world. His work in painting, drawing, murals, mosaics, art reproductions and renovation is unparalleled for a young person today. He comes to us with much experience, tremendous talent, discipline unparalleled, and great passion.
As a creator of over 500 painting in various media, his paintings and drawings have most recently been included in a number of museum exhibitions and galleries in Russia, Japan, Europe, and the United States.