Biography - Emin Taymazov



  1. About the master
  2. Early years
  3. Master's art techniques
  4. Participation in art exhibitions
  5. Woodcrafts

About the master

Master Emin Taymazov is 42 years old. He lives in the village of Novopavlovka, Bakhchisarai district.

In 2007 he graduated from Republican Higher Educational Institution "Crimean Engineering Pedagogical University", specializing in fine and decorative-applied arts.

Taymazov works in his specialty field as a master of fine and decorative-applied arts as well as undertakes teaching activities.

Early years

From 1991 to 1996, the artist studied at Namangan State School of Arts, the department of decoration.

In the following years, he worked as a teacher of painting and drawing in high school.

In 1999 Taymazov returned to the Homeland of his ancestors - Crimea.

Since 2001, he worked as an artist and a decorator at Modulor furniture manufacturing company (Simferopol).

Alongside his main work, he began to study the history of the Crimean Tatar national crafts, the works of old masters - woodcarvers. Having thoroughly studied the ancient ornaments of the Crimean Tatars, he started to use them in his own works using modern techniques.

Master's art techniques

Emin Taymazov has mastered various types of art techniques. Among them are painting and woodcarving, mosaics (marquetry, intarsia, inlay.). Knowledge of design of both small architectural forms and interior helps the artist to bring to life the ideas of the past and the present in his art works.

Participation in art exhibitions

Emin Taymazov is a participant of art exhibitions in Uzbekistan, Ukraine and Russia:

  • Republican exhibition of arts "Young talents of Uzbekistan" (Tashkent, Art school named after Benkov, 1995);
  • Within the framework of the project "Crimean Style", 2009 (Simferopol, Kamenets-Podolsky, Odessa, Kiev)
  • Art exhibition of artists, representatives of deported peoples (Simferopol, 2009);
  • Exhibition of the Crimean organization of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine (Simferopol, 2010);
  • Exhibition of works by artists - representatives of deported peoples "Hope" (Simferopol, 2010);
  • All-Ukrainian art exhibition of the organization of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine (Lutsk, 2010).