The Pastel Journal

Training as an Artist in the USSR

Akhriev grew up in the former Soviet Union in a system where talented youngsters received special training from an early age. “When I first entered an art school for children, the director asked my mother when I began drawing and painting. She couldn’t answer, because she said I just

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