Toomas Altnurme

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Toomas Altnurme (born 1973) is an Estonian painter.[citation needed]


In 1994–1995, he graduated from Tallinn Pedagogical University, and studied painting at the Rajamangala University of Technology, and in 1999–2001, at the University of Seoul did finish Masters of Fine arts in Hongik University. He has appeared in exhibitions in Europe, Asia, South America and the USA.[1][2]

He was a member of the Estonian Sculptors Union, Painter Union . He has worked in every area of painting installations, sculpture and mixed media, digital art. Did participate in 40 sculpture symposiums around the world and has sculptures in public spaces and parks in USA Sumter Souths Carolina, Barzil Brusque, Chille Carretas Park, Russia Penza, Taiwan Shimen, Denmark Hojer, England Exmoor park, France Hautecour, Italy Temu,Germany Bavaria, Finland Pello, Latvia Bikeser, Lithuania Panevezys He is a member of Estonian Artist Association, AIESM, the Brooklyn Art Project.[3]

He created a Ning network "Peace, Love, No War".[4] Member of: Estonian Artist's Association Estonian Painters Association Estonian Sculptors Union Seoul A-Link Artist Group South Korea International Association for Monumental Sculpture Events Artists in Nature International Network Freelance artist, sculptor, photographer, designer. ART. Languages: Estonian. Finnish. English. Korean. Russian. Spanish Education: 1999–2001 Korean Government Scholarship. Hongik University Graduate School, Faculty of Fine Arts;Painting. Hongik University Scholarship. South Korea, Seoul – Graduated with M.F.A. 08/2001 1998–1999 Korean Government Scholarship. Seoul National University,Faculty of Fine Arts; Seoul, South Korea. Research;Sculpture,mixed media,installation. 1997 Korean Government Scholarship. Kyonghee University.Faculty of Languages;Korean language. 1991–1997 Tallinn Pedagogical University, Faculty of Fine Arts; Tallinn, Estonia. – Graduated with B.F.A. 06/1997 1994–1995 UNESCO Scholarship. Rajamangala University,Faculty of Fine arts; Bangkok, Thailand. – Painting; Faculty of Fine Arts. – Cultural exchange and international relations. 1996 Cultural Exchange Program: "Up with People"; USA. – Organized drama workshops and performances.


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