Contemporary artist Denis Sarazhin

Denis Sarazhin was born in Nikopol, Ukraine in 1982 . He attended the Kharkov Art and Design Academy, graduating in 2008. He specialized in painting and was a pupil of Ganozkiy V. L., Chaus V. N., and Vintayev V. N.. Sarazhin was awarded with the 1st Degree Diploma Award for Excellence in Painting from the Ukrainian Art Academy. Since 2007 he has been a member of Kharkov’s section of the association of Ukraine’s Artists’ Alliance.

Since 2006 he has worked with the gallery "Gallery Russia" Scottsdale USA


2005 All Ukrainian exhibition for the Day of the Artist in Kiev
2006 "Hot Winter" exhibition of young painters, the gallery "Academy"
2006 "The Maestro and his disciples" AVEC gallery Kharkov
2006 All Ukrainian art exhibition in Kiev
2006 All Ukrainian art exhibition in Odessa
2008 The Exhibition "Impressionism Forever" in gallery "Da Vinci" in Kiev
2008 All Ukrainian exhibition in Dnepropetrovsk
2008 Group exhibition "Navkolo Sontsya" in Kharkov’s art museum
2009 Exhibition in Diocletian Palace Split, Croatia
2010 Exhibition in gallery "Villa Juliska" Prague, Czech Rep
2010 Exhibition in Museum of city Trogir Croatia
2010 Exhibition in Musuem of city Pozhega, Croatia
2010 Exhibition in the gallery of city Zabok, Croatia
2011 Group exhibition gallery "Maestro" Kharkov
2012 Scottsdale Exhibition Gallery  "Spring Colors" Scottsdale, USA
2013 Scottsdale Exhibition Gallery  "International Painting Group" Scottsdale USA
2013 Group exhibition in Bowers Museum, Santa Ana, USA
2013 'Winter colors' Hagan Art Gallery, Charleston, USA


NEW ARRIVALS 2013 part1

new arrivals of works of our legendary "decorative wing"

Denis Sarazhin. Dreams. 110x120cm

Denis Sarazhin. In the shadow of cherry tree. 100x90cm

Denis Sarazhin. In the village. 70x120cm. 

Denis Sarazhin. Sundown still life. 100x90cm

Denis Sarazhin. Sitting girl. 50x25cm

Artem Tolstukhin. Flowers. 100x90cm. 

Artem Tolstukhin. North France. 30x52cm

Artem Tolstukhin. Cathedral 37x52cm .

Victoria Kalaichi. Priental still life. 45x40cm

Victoria Kalaichi. Sisters. 70x60cm