Oleg Frolov Biography

Russia, 1953

Russian abstract artist Oleg Frolov sees his work as a reaction to reality, through visual images of abstractions

I try to put all the spectre of human feelings and emotions into my art. I see unlimited and unique possibilities of showing the existing reality and creation of new realities. Widening of emotional and visual horizons of perception.

Search and creation of images that cause participation and warm feelings. It is an improvisation of thoughts, feelings, definite and indefinite actions during the process of creation. Each presents a specific form in a certain time.

Frolov studied art and painting at the Kazan Dramatic Art School, and received practical training in various workshops and artist studios. In 1981, Frolov completed studies in Painting and Drawing at the Repin Institute of Arts in St. Petersburg.

Frolov has served on the faculty at the Kazan State Academy for Architecture and Construction and at the Serov School of the Arts in St. Petersburg. Additionally, he designed and executed the sets of operas "Queen of Spades" and "The Bride of the Tzar", performed at the Kazan States Academy Opera and Ballet Theater.

Famous designer Sergio Rossi was inspired abstraction Untitled Oleg Frolov and created a model of shoes for his exhibition of the collection.

The famous poet Fernando Sabido Sánchez inspired abstract paintings by Oleg Frolov Diptych "Reflection" and wrote poetry.

Expressive synthesis. Contemporary music composer Federico Schumacher - El Punto Inmovil Modern painting Oleg Frolov Abstract Painting OF-A108

In addition to exhibiting throughout Russia and Europe, works by Frolov appear in private collections in more than 45 countries around the world.

The Certificate of Authenticity is attached to all works of art.

Selected Group Exhibitions

2017 Exhibited at the exhibition "Not only painting… " in the Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia

2006 - PicassoMio.com

2005 - Central Exhibition Hall of the Union of Artists, Kazan, Russia

2004 - Museum of Fine Art, Kazan, Russia

2003 - Central Exhibition Hall of the Union of Artists, Kazan, Russia