Name: Pronchenko Leonid Evgenievich.
Where do you live: Orenburg, Russia
Known for: 10.08.1956.
Currently actual with: 58
When did you realize that you were going to work with this:
At the age of 5 years.
If you could choose one place only to live, where would that be and why?
New Zealand, there has never been a war.
How would you describe your design:
Painting for the interior.
How and when did you start to work with this in a serious manner?
At the age of 15 I entered the art College and participated in the exhibition of professional artists.
What do you do at the moment?
I do paintings.
A recommendation for those who think about starting and running a creative business?
It is very hard work.
Tell us how it all started.
When I was 5 years old, my father held up a pencil and said, “Draw!” Since those days I draw. My father is an artist, a grandfather, a painter, great-grandfather, the artist.
What is the most important thing in a workplace/studio for you?
Light and heat.
What is your favorite film?
“12 chairs” Director Danelia.
Who would you like to invite for a dinner and why?
Gustav Klimt and Tamara de Lempicka.. I learn from them.
How do you like to spoil yourself?
To drink 100 grams of good brandy.
What is luxury for you?
What I do not.
What is the nicest compliment you’ve received for your design, and from whom?
The respect and trust of my gallery owners in Paris Klodt Robert and Jules Milon, in Toulouse Pierre and Christina Dufor, in Normandy Pierre Shano.
What do you fear most?
A lonely old age.
What is a happy life to you?
Family and work.
What does a regular day look like for you?
Tell us about your dream project.
To work with the prestigious galleries in the world.
Who is your favorite designer?
Klimt, Lipetsk, Fly.
How would you describe your style?
What inspires you?
A book that has changed/made the most impression in your life?
“12 chairs” and “the Golden Calf” Ilf and Petrov.