Pavel Tichomirov, was born in 1980 in Vologda and. Arrived in St. Petersburg in
2001 where he entered the ‘Herzen’ Russian state University of St Peterburg, Faculty of Fine Arts. There he studied sculpture from N.A. Karpova and in 2007 he got his first degree in “Portrait” of Sergei Dovlatov.
In 2007-2009 he studied at the master’s of Honored Artist of Russia Boris Sergeev. And received his first degree for “Monument Project Shalamov in Vologda” in 2009.
Since 2007 began to actively participate in exhibitions and competitions held in St. Petersburg.
In 2010 he participated in a symposium of stone in Finland.
As a sculptor I like to work in stone, feel its nature, a special plasticity. Most works are in the style of conventional realism.
One of his works – “Winter” is included in the Collection of Russian Museum in St-Petersburg.
“Autumn 2007”, the halls of the Union of Artists, the Portrait SD Dovlatov, granite, 65h50.
“Spring 2008”, the halls of the Union of Artists, the Portrait SD Dovlatov, gypsum, 45h50.
“Hope-2009”, the halls of the Union of Artists, “Torso”, granite, 37h12.
The Exhibition “The Body”, Gallery Pu-erh, 2009, “Torso”, granite, 37h12
“Autumn-2009, halls of the Union of Artists, Portrait Shalamov, gypsum tone., 40h35.
Exhibition dedicated to the 50 th anniversary of the IFE RSPU Herzen, gallery “Square Tolstoy”, “Torso”, granite, 37h12.
“ZOOCULTURE-2010, halls of the Union of Artists, ” Fish “, marble, 40×30.
“Spring 2010”, the halls of the Union of Artists, “The War”, granite, 60h20.
“65 Years of Victory”, the halls of the Union of Artists, “The War”, granite, 60h20.
Solo exhibition december 2012, Rotonde Zaal, former Dutch Reformed Chruch, St Petersburg
Order to erect “Russian Avant-Garde. Dedicated to Malevich” in St Peterburg
Introduction in the Netherlands during Art Fair Realisme ’13 Amsterdam by Gallery Lilja Zakirova.
Competition to design the monument to the victims of concentration camps “In the Red Village”, 2007.
Competition to design a monument for “Children of the Blockade on the area of Courage”, 2008.