Gevorg Yeghiazarian, Armenian
Gevorg Yeghiazarian was born in Armenia in 1963. He began his studies at the Panos Terlemezian Art School and Fine Arts Institute in Yerevan. Subsequently, he attended the St. Petersburg Repin Academy of Art. In 1994, he became a member of the "Union of Artists" of Armenia, and in 1998 he became a member of the International Association of Arts (UNESCO).
Gevorg combines his sensitive inner world with his surrounding reality; hence, moody melancholic works which reveal the artist's complex meditations. His paintings are marked with poetic lyricism, and the uncertain boundary between actuality and the imaginary. There is an interdependence of light and color which is dominated by contrasts of space and substance, rest and strain, and transparency and opaqueness of colors. Characterized by self-isolation and a profound concentration of thought and emotions, Gevorg is a unique and extraordinary artist. In whatever medium he chooses; oil, ceramics, prints, or sculpture, his works are an expression of utter enchantment, mystery and the eternal.
1987-1992 Armenian Art Exhibitions in Giumri Yerevan, St. Petersburg
1992 Modern Armenian Art Exhibition Jerusalem, Israel
1994 Armenian Art Exhibition Paris, France
1997 Post Soviet Painting Buenos Aires, Argentina
1998 Russian Impressionism Principle Gallery
2000, 2001 International ARTEXPO
1995 International Art Center Beirut, Lebanon
1996 Artist's House Gallery Jerusalem, Israel
1997 Donkersloot Art Gallery Amsterdam, Netherlands
1998 First Armenian Church Hall Boston, Massachusetts