Key Sport Works & World Influence

SERGEY EYLANBEKOV – “SYMBOLIST SPORTS SCULPTOR” – 2004 SPORT ARTIST OF THE YEAR

Artist Biography | Style & Inspiration | Key Sport Works & World Influence

First Lady of Malaysia

First Lady of Malaysia

1978

84 Moscow Surikov Academy of Fine Art
1984
Russian Academy of Fine Arts Award
1984-86
Obligatory service in Russian army
1987-89
Sculpture exhibitions in Russia, Czechoslovakia, West Germany
1989
Closing of Eylanbekov’s art studio by Russian government
Immigrates to U.S.A.
Portrait of a Boxer

Portrait of a Boxer

1991

Professional Member, National Sculpture Society, USA
1992
Bronze of US President Regan placed in Presidential Library
1993
Lance Chilmark Award & Silver Medal
1994
National Sculpture Society Exhibition, 61st Annual Exhibition, New York
1995
Roger T. Williams Young Sculptors’ Award
National Sculpture Society Exhibition, Palazzo Mediceo, Seravezza, Italy
1996
National Sculpture Society Fellow
1st Place, National Sculpture Competition, Pennsylvania Academy & Lyme Academy
Walter & Michael Lantz Prize
Edward Fenno Hoffman Prize for Outstanding Achievement
Man with a Bird

Man with a Bird

1997

National Sculpture Society Board of Directors
Tallix Foundry Prize
Artist Showcase Award, Manhattan Arts International Magazine
1998
National Sculpture Society 65th Annual Exhibition
1999
National Sculpture Society 66th Annual Exhibition
“Masterworks of American Sculpture,” Fleischer Museum, Scottsdale, Arizona
2000
Eylanbekov’s Acrylic Sculptures Premier Unveiling
2002
Official Artist, Salt Lake Olympic Winter Games
2003
United States Olympic Committee Sport Art Competition, 1st Place
2004
United States Sports Academy Sport Artist of the Year
Grand prize in worldwide Olympic Art and Sport Contest in commemoration of the Olympic summer Games, Athens, Greece
2007
Acrylic sculpture for FIFA Women’s World Cup
2010
“Victory” sculpture presented by Business Council on International Understanding (BCIU) as International Peace & harmony Award to First Lady of Malaysia, Madame Rosmah Mansor, NYC
International competition winner, bronze honoring Henrik Ibsen , Oslo, Norway; installation of statue, “Peer Gynt & Three Herd Girls”

“I love sport because I love life, and sport is one of the basic joys of life.” Yevgeny Yevtushenko, poet; www.brainyquote.com

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