About Dimitry Diamond

Originally from Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan. Living in Ireland for 20 years now Diamond is now an Irish citizen.

In 1991, Dimitry successfully graduated from the Uzbek Republic Art College and received a Diploma in Visual Art & Design.  After that, Dimitry worked in ‘Robert Borukhov’ Art-Engineering Company which specialised in interior design and promotional art-banners production.  Later Dimitry worked as a self – employed artist, entrepreneur and security officer in Chim-Gan ski resource in Uzbekistan.  He successfully participated in various art-design projects from graphic-logo to large scale – visual art, interior-exterior compositions.

 In 1999, Dimitry Diamond moved to London, UK, to develop computer skills and study European Art. 

IRELAND

In 2002, Dimitry visited Ireland and fell in love with the Irish landscape and culture.  Since then, he has lived in Ireland where he was able to obtain his further studies in Sustainable Architecture Technology in Carlow IT, and Project Management in Waterford IT.  Following his studies, Dimitry developed 3D model-making skills and has been trained to deliver a creative programme within an adult learning environment.

 

PRESS;

https://www.independent.ie/regionals/goreyguardian/out-about/bible-scenes-in-st-iberius-36378824.html

PUBLIC ART-WORK & EXHIBITIONS:

Ongoing Group Exhibition. The Green Gallery. Top Floor. St Stephens Green Centre. Dublin 2

 ‘Open Submissions’ – group exhibition in Green Acres Gallery Wexford, (prize winner)                 – Feb 2018

THE RISING HOPE – solo exhibition; Saint Iberius Church, North Main St Wexford                      – July 2017

 ‘The Challenger’ – mosaic & mix-media composition; Whitford Hotel, Leisure Centre                   – Dec 2016

OPENGATE – group art-exhibition; Friary Hall School St, Wexford                

  – Oct 2016

‘Chance Meeting from D.Gray’ – public art; Nosh Coffee; Selskar Street, Wexford           – Sep 2015

GAA – 130 Years of Glory; Mosaic compositions Panels; Wexford GAA Park         

– Sep 2014