Topic: sculpture

ALFRED, N.Y. — The Alfred Ceramic Art Museum at Alfred University will be host to an exhibit dedicated to sculptor Reuben Nakian through December 30. Nakian (1897-1986) was born in[...]

YEREVAN — About 10 kilometers from the center of Yerevan in a village called Zovuni a new cultural initiative has come into being, which merits the attention of artists and[...]

By Marineh Khachadour Special to the Mirror-Spectator Born in 1954 in the Bronx New York, Charlie G. Hachadourian lived and created art in the United States and in Armenia for[...]

Synergy from the Stress Points of Four Lifelines (Baraka, 2021), the latest in Kardash Onnig’s Baraka Projects, makes the intangible tangible. In the artist’s own words, the sensually-created carvings assembled[...]

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[...]

SOUTH HAMILTON, Mass. — Artist David Boyajian, who creates sculptures inspired by nature for both private and public collections, is among the sculptors chosen to display work at the 12th[...]

YEREVAN / ALMATY — Eduard Kazarian is a Kazakhstani sculptor who creates works ranging in size from small to  monumental. Born in 1964 in Almaty, he graduated from the Almaty[...]

By Amos Chapple YEREVAN (RFE/RL) – In the autumn of 1960, Yerevan local Genya Muradyan and her mother headed out for a shopping trip in central Yerevan that would change[...]

By Arpi Sarafian Special to the Mirror-Spectator While quintessentially “Kardash”ian in its focus on the effort to create an alternative world, COLLABORATION, the latest in the series of Kardash Onnig’s[...]

By Lara Jo Hightower FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (Arkansas Democrat Gazette) — “I have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of a library,” wrote Argentinian author Jorge Luis Borges. Indeed,[...]