Timur Akhriev

 Timur Akhriev - Cadillac Mountain  Timur Akhriev - Blue and Red, but Mostly Blue Timur Akhriev - Chinese Corner Timur Akhriev - Red on Red  Timur Akhriev - Blue Timur Akhriev - All Roads Lead to Cava Timur Akhriev - Evening Ride Timur Akhriev - Turn on Your Fog Lights Timur Akhriev - Wandered Timur Akhriev - Reddish Timur Akhriev - The Barn Timur Akhriev - Brothers and Sisters
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Cadillac Mountain
 Timur Akhriev - Cadillac Mountain

8 1/2" x 20" oil  

Blue and Red, but Mostly Blue
 Timur Akhriev - Blue and Red, but Mostly Blue

9 3/4" x 6" oil  

Chinese Corner
 Timur Akhriev - Chinese Corner

SOLD

Red on Red
 Timur Akhriev - Red on Red

SOLD  20" x 14" oil  

Blue
 Timur Akhriev - Blue

SOLD

All Roads Lead to Cava
 Timur Akhriev - All Roads Lead to Cava

SOLD

Evening Ride
 Timur Akhriev - Evening Ride

SOLD

Turn on Your Fog Lights
 Timur Akhriev - Turn on Your Fog Lights

SOLD

Wandered
 Timur Akhriev - Wandered

SOLD

Reddish
 Timur Akhriev - Reddish

SOLD

The Barn
 Timur Akhriev - The Barn

SOLD

Brothers and Sisters
 Timur Akhriev - Brothers and Sisters

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Timur Akhriev was born in Vladikavkaz, Russia in 1983. In Russia, he studied at the St. Petersburg Art Middle School and High School named 

after the artist Boris Iogansan. Many of his instructors also taught at the Repin Academy of Fine Arts. During the evenings, he received private tutoring from Nikita Fomin, son of Piotr Fomin.

After graduation, he immigrated to the United States to live with his father, Duad Akhriev and stepmother, Mellissa Hefferlin, who are also Russian trained artists. Timur then attended the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga where he enrolled in a Fine Arts program. During this time, he exhibited his artwork and won several “Best in Show” awards. Furthering his education, he studied in Florence, Italy at the Florence Academy of Art and studied with Charles Cecil in his studios, working on drawing and painting.

Timur Akhriev is a member of the Association for Visual Arts. Through this organization he has placed his painting in the City of Chattanooga, the United Way and Unum Provident Insurance Headquarters and many other establishments in the Chattanooga area. He has had many commissions for private collectors and is collected throughout the world today.

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