Viktor Weyss was born on December 18th, 1956 in Northern Kazakhstan, Karaguga station. He moved to the capital of Tajikstan – Dushanbe with his family in 1969. To begin his art career, he entered the Republican Art college (Dushanbe), and graduated from that school in 1976. His influencing career began in 1980, when he was admitted to the Union of Artists.
Since 2013, he is a member of the Creative Union of Artists of Russia. His work includes painting, graphics, monumental art, and is a participant of the national, regional, zonal, Russian, and international exhibitions.
Throughout his career, he has been awarded for the Prize 3 exhibition VI Russian contest “Russian Artists – for clean water.”, the XII inter-regional professional competition “Biennale-2015.”, and was awarded the Gold and Silver Medal of Creative Union of Russian Artists.
Some of his exhibitions, are All-Union Exhibition of works of young artists “Youth country “, (Moscow, Manege).
International Exhibition of works by young artists socialist countries, (Moscow) and Regional exhibition “Contemporary art of Kuban” (Krasnodar city).
Viktor has a unique decorative style of using contrasting colors to show emphasis, and paints all different objects that have meanings beyond anyone’s imagination.