Salavat Gilyazetdinov

Author works

Trace of Heaven

Trace of Heaven

Hand-formatted paper, hot stamping, 82x62 cm, 2009
Say, God is Unique

Say, God is Unique

Hand-formatted paper, hot stamping. 33х84 cm, 2009
Merciful

Merciful

Hand-formatted paper, hot stamping, 44х84 cm, 2009
Kabba

Kabba

Hand-formatted paper, hot stamping, 82х62 cm, 2008
Bibi (from the book cyclus “One hundred beautiful names”)

Bibi (from the book cyclus “One hundred beautiful names”)

Paper, gouache, brush, 60x80cm, 2010
In the name of God, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful

In the name of God, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful

Paper, gouache, brush, 80x60 cm, 2010
In the name of God, Gracious and Merciful

In the name of God, Gracious and Merciful

Paper, gouache, brush, 60x80 cm, 2010
Gulnaz (from the book cyclus “One hundred beautiful names”)

Gulnaz (from the book cyclus “One hundred beautiful names”)

Paper, gouache, brush, 60x80 cm, 2010
Madina (from the book cyclus “One hundred beautiful names”)

Madina (from the book cyclus “One hundred beautiful names”)

Paper, gouache, brush, 80x60cm, 2010
Nuria (from the book cyclus “One hundred beautiful names”)

Nuria (from the book cyclus “One hundred beautiful names”)

Paper, gouache, brush, 80x60cm, 2010
Application to become a member of the National Union of Calligraphers

Application to become a member of the National Union of Calligraphers

Coated paper, pen, cane pen, ink, 48x20 cm, 2009

Biography

Salavat Gilyazetdinov

Salavat Gilyazetdinov was born in 1959 in the Republic of Bashkortostan, the village of Burayevo.

He completed his studies at the Ufa State Institute of Arts, Easel Painting Department. Since 1998 he has been a member of the Union of Artists of Russia.

Since 1991 he has extensively participated in: the republican, regional, all-Russian, international and personal shows. An example of Salavat’s work are his graphics (prints: linocut, grattage, cardboard graphics, mixed technique, hot stamping, hand-made sheet formation (author`s technique), pastel, pencil). He also works with decorative and applied art: textile and ceramics.

Diploma of the International Ural Triennalle of Print Graphics “For Creative Research”.

His works are displayed in: the Bashkir State Art Museum n.a. Mikhail Nesterov, Novosibirsk Regional Art Gallery, Tomsk State Art Museum, Kazan National Culture Centre and Shihabetdin Marjani Fund (Moscow).

He is the author and monitor of ethno-futuristic symposiums on contemporary art in the Yelabuga White Yurt State Open Air Museum, Tagermech-Wheel, Yelabuga Lubok, Adam`s Rib in 2008-2009.

At present he resides and works in Ufa.