Topic: painting

WATERTOWN — The dual exhibits, “On the Edge: Los Angeles Art 1970s – 1990s from the Joan & Jack Quinn Family Collection” and “Discovering Takouhi: Portraits of Joan Agajanian Quinn,” currently on display at the Armenian[...]

YEREVAN / OSLO — Painter, curator, performance artist, actor, director and choreographer Karen Nikgol was born in Teheran in 1983. His mother Odette Nikgol is a painter, animator and translator (see my interview with her in the Armenian[...]

By Maydaa Nadar Special to the Mirror-Spectator CAIRO — His latest exhibition of sculptures and paintings is called Taking Time, which took place at the Flora Bigai Arte Contemporanea gallery in Pietrasanta, Italy, last summer to much[...]

WILMINGTON, Mass. — Martin Barooshian, 92, passed away peacefully while taking a nap on January 25, 2022. He was a groundbreaking American surrealist painter and master printmaker, as well as an internationally recognized expert in[...]

LONDON — The painting “Genoese towers in the Black Sea” (above) by Ivan Aivazovsky fetched $1.14 million in Christie’s sale on November 29. The painting was created in 1895, a period when Aivazovsky dedicated most of his time to[...]

By Ann (Gina) Hablanian WATERTOWN – Recently I was informed that my painting titled “The Artist in His Garden” of Sam Barber, a known Cape Cod American Impressionist, was accepted by the newly renovated Dorothy and Charles Mosesian[...]

By Tamara Hovhannisyan “The content of thought is the seed of the artist. Dreams form the bristles of the artist’s brush.” – Arshile Gorky Armenia, a nation whose cultural heritage runs deep in time, has played a pivotal role in[...]

BERLIN — If you are an Armenian artist living in the German capital and you are about to turn 50, how should you celebrate the occasion? Archi Galentz has decided to mark the event with an exhibition of a special kind. Among the working[...]

By Dr. Gary Belian DETROIT – Visually rich, emotionally gratifying, the art of Nora Azadian stems from European and Armenian sources. Although French influence is apparent in her art, most of her recent work is emphatically[...]

BOSTON — Noted writer, editor and political activist Arpiar Arpiarian wrote in his 1898 obituary of the artist Bedros Srabian, whose works had already begun to be lost, that “…what survives only is the memory in the hearts of[...]