Paintings By German Artist - Sergey Ivchenko

Sergey Ivchenko Born -1954, Germany. Graduated from Art Institute, Moscow, Russia.

1975-1991 worked in various art studios of the USSR.
1990 with the group of artists took part in the action “Falling of the Berlin wall”, Germany
1991 Immigrated to Israel.
1992-1994 worked as computer graphic, and then as Art Director in the “Utopia” company, Haifa.
1994-1996 began to sculpt in the sculpture studio on the Marbel-Tavor factory.

In the same time started to study iconography in the “Annunciation” nunnery, Nazareth.
1996-2000 Started to work in his studio in the artists’ village, Ein ha Carmel. Painted icons and churches in the Galilee. Icon of his work -“Transformation” has been presented to the pontiff and is located in the Roma. In the same time cooperated with the “Cesaria Gallery”, Boca Raton, Florida.
From 2000 settled in Germany and started to cooperate with the Germany art people.
His monumental works of this period are: Beer museum, Shvetzingen, Germany Internet Cafe Mannheim, Germany City Guard office, Mannheim, Germany Private villa, Erfurt, Germany