By Anahit Tovmasyan
Special to the Mirror-Spectator
GLENDALE — On Friday, February 23, the Tekeyan Cultural Association of Greater Los Angeles presented artist Nikol Aghababyan and his works at the Glendale Central Library.
Parsegh Kartalian, vice chairman of the Tekeyan chapter, presented the opening remarks which were followed by an introduction of the artist by Lilit Keheyan.
Aghababyan proceeded to speak about his art and the process of creativity he goes through. For him, color gives flavor to life and without it, humanity would be reduced. He explained that for him, vibrant colors bring out the emotions of life.
Aghababyan spoke with authority on the topic of art with a great deal of originality. His works have been exhibited throughout France, Germany, Italy, Russia and other nations. The response to his shows has been positive. In addition, he recently spoke about art at San Jose State University.