Senya Veryovkin

Stone restorer and landscape designer began his career in 1983, when he became apprentice of a stonecutter in restoration workshops in the Leningrad Committee of Culture.
From 1983 to 1992, Senya was involved in Pushkin restoration (Marble Bridge, Chinese Village), Pavlovsk (Mausoleum of St. Paul, Rose Hall, The Three Graces), production and installation of monuments to A. Zelenova (keeper of the Pavlovsk Palace museum), Galina Ulanova, the restoration of the monument to Alexander Nevsky Lavra, the necropolis and acropolis, Brodsky and Dostoevsky museums and many other objects of Leningrad and Leningrad region.
His first teachers and mentors, who discovered new techniques and approaches to restoration and influenced the further work, were Polish restorers involved in the reconstruction of the Catherine Park (Pushkin) in 1980 years.
In 2005, he completed landscape design courses at the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation. He works with private exclusive orders, with difficult terrain, using modern materials and natural stone, corrects projects. He also runs private lessons. He participated in the I, III and IV of the Imperial Gardens of Russia international festivals. He was awarded the diploma for the participation in "The best projects of Russia" exhibition-festival of 2008, 2009 and 2010.

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