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Sergey & Olga Kamennoy (KAMU)


KAMU – is the creative union of two artists, Sergey and Olga Kemennoy who have painted under the pseudonym KAMU since 1999.

Sergey was born in 1959 in Kharkov, Ukraine.  From 1974 – 1978 he studied at art school, attending the Academy of Art in Kharkov from 1978 – 1983.  He has been a member of the Artists Union of Ukraine since 1988.   During his studies he became aware that he was color blind, though he excelled in drawing and etching.  He built a successful career in drawing.  Olga was born in Moscow, Russia. 

Sergey’s collaboration with Olga consists today of working together on every piece of art.  Sergey makes preparative drawings in black and white, he draws the characters, subjects on gold leaf and adds engravings.  Olga chooses and works with colors and also draws faces. 

Sergey’s expertise in art history and fine art background brings to these works a new visual language.  Olga is a subtle colorists and simultaneously, the model and muse.  The results in their paintings come from this unique collaboration.  The work is inspired by previous eras. The paintings pull influences from medieval stained glass windows, Renaissance portraits, tapestries, engravings by Durer, profiles on coins and reliefs of Gothic cathedrals.

The paintings depict women, lost in her reverie.  The art combines male and female - Yin – Yan, to the themes of the paintings as they combine delicate feminine image with hunting or scenes of battle.  Through the medieval theme they provide for the woman her most important role of the Dreamer. 

The contrast between drawings and delicate female form highlights the vulnerability and fragility of the model.  The ornamentation is also pulled from more modern influences, rejecting straight lines and angles in favor of more natural lines.  The peculiarity of the technique of the artists is a unique technology of colors and wax, using gold leafs; a combination of acrylic and oil paint. The eternal themes makes these works timeless.

Sergey’s graphic artworks have been acquired by many museums in Russia, Ukraine, Italy, and France.  Currently they live in Paris, France.



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