November 2 in the framework of the VI National information library week "INFOLIB-2017" was held a creative meeting with artist Umar Rajabov. The event was attended by students of the National Institute of arts and design named after Komoliddin Behzod, students of the art College named after Benkov, guests of the week and readers of the library.
Umar Rajabov briefly told the participants about his early fascination with drawing, about the formation of the creative path, the mentors and the work performed under their guidance and that he pushed for the selection of realistic genre.
Umar Rajabov was born in 1985 in Khorezm. In 2003-2007 he studied at the bachelor's at the national Institute of art and design named after Kamoliddin Bekhzod, and in 2012-2014 master's degree.
At the time here he teaches young talents the secrets of the craftsmanship. Umar Rajabov is a member of the Union of artists.
Despite his youth, he is a talented, hard-working. His paintings belong to the genre of realism. He writes Uzbek villages, with real Adobe, Adobe walls, urban, everyday landscapes. He actively participates in exhibitions in many countries.
Creating in the style of Oriental realism, he showed his unique talent and made a new trend in the Uzbek fine arts. In his works the artist has created images of ordinary workers, contemporaries, wrote cycles of portraits of famous representatives of the Uzbek science and culture. In his work found a highly artistic embodiment of ancient history and amazing nature, wonderful landscapes of his native Uzbekistan. His works are distinguished by unique national flavor.
Creative meeting with artist Umar Rajabov took place in the form of a dialogue. The participants discussed paintings presented in the lobby, asking them specific interesting questions, about, favorite color, choice of title, inspiration, and received detailed answers.
The meeting was interesting and informative. The participants expressed their thoughts and impressions from viewing the paintings and chatting to interesting creative person.
The press service of the National library of Uzbekistan