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Meet Our Artists

Abel Karen Kazinyan

"With my artwork I try to convey the sense of calmness. Each depicted human image, object or the animal acquires a new semantic meaning and transmits my inner joy."


“I am inspired by ‘Everything’. People, traveling, knowing new cultures, other artists, all kinds of disciplines, philosophy,  literature, dancing, music, photography, cinema, poetry, architecture…, everything is connected. And I feel this connection is like a continuum under different perspectives."

Ara Arayan - professional painter, poet

Ara Arayan is multi-talented: being a professional painter, he is also a poet. At the back of many of his artworks, you will find his poetry dedicated to the theme of the work

Aram Hunanyan - Armenian ceramic artist

Armenian ceramic artist Aram Hunanyan has been working with clay for more than 20 years. His angels "Peace and love ambassadors" are traveling the world. There aren’t many artists who can continuously connect the audience with their work, but Aram Hunanyan is definitely one of them

Chilla Mosby

"You are never too old to follow your dreams and give yourself and others some joy."

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"With my art, I aspire to bestow upon others the gift of time and a gentle nudge to remind them that looking a little closer is invariably rewarding. Perhaps, in that moment of close scrutiny, they might unearth something truly enchanting."

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"Graze among the infinite dimension the essence of being...."


I see chaos as an opportunity to complete one's own personality.

Ekaterina Nikitina

“I believe in beauty. Beauty is my conviction, which is guiding me through out my life "


“I believe that the ability to convey feelings onto a chosen medium, and to share the way one sees and feels with people around, is an artist's unique privilege."

Elizaveta Kirzhner painter

"Often wlose the sense of time, while we are engaged in something that interests us and gives us  emotional or physical satisfaction. We don't always manage to follow this simple rule to follow our passion/interests, but we don't want to lose hope to keep going in that direction."

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"Painting reveals to me a consciousness that liberates and at the same time stimulates my intuition and creative work."


“My childhood has a massive impact on my paintings. Through my paintings my childhood dreams come alive”. This is how Hovnan Sargsyan, painter from Armenia, describes his works. We named his Online Exhibition "Dream" which you can visit following the link


"Allow yourself to be captivated by nature's beauty, marveling at its wonder and uniqueness. I endeavor to capture this essence in my paintings."

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"For me as a synesthete, images, colors and music are inseparable and together they are the focus of my artistic work.

Klaus Rune Hansen

Life is not always easy. Some people have experienced terrible times. But, what allows these people to just keep going? According to the artist painter, Klaus Rune, the answer is an immense dose of optimism and a positive attitude. Happiness is here and now!

Marina Kusraeva

Looking at Marina's works one gets fully absorbed by the depth of the sea, feels the light breeze and the sound of waves. 

Markus Schröder

"Every person is like a work of art that is worth looking at from different angles" says Markus Schröder

Mushegh Mkhitaryan - professional painter from Armenia

"As for me, in art, there are no good or bad forms and styles of expression. The impulses, originated from the works, are more significant, because it is exactly these impulses that create a special atmosphere for the onlooker", says Professional painter Mushegh Mkhitaryan from Armenia


Working in line with lyrical (romantic) abstractionism, Nadzeya creates her own imaginative world of illusions, visions and states, and the play of lines and colors does not leave the viewer indifferent. Movement, energy flows arise on the canvases. 

Nicholas Herdon

At his high-school days Nicholas was indifferent to plein-air painting, an attitude which began to change after seeing an exhibition by Ennio Morlotti in Ferrara in 1994  where he was touched by the treatment of 'banal' subjects.

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"With my artworks, I wish to awake the viewer's desire to rediscover the wonder of the real."


"Human being with his inner world is the source of my inspiration. In order to explore feelings, mood, spirituality of my heroes and to transfer them through my works, I often put myself in their shoes, to be able to feel and live their emotions" says Prof. Samvel Martirosyan 


"It makes me happy when my paintings heighten the awareness of the viewers to celebrate the infinite beauty of nature and the importance of taking care of our world."

Sarah Richani

For Sarah, we are the product of all the bits and pieces of grand or minor individual memories and everyday experiences. Her paintings display fragmented pieces of recollections each telling a different story, as if a diary exploded on the canvas.

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"Through my surrealistic lens, I aim to capture the intricacies of human existence, encompassing its highs and lows."

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"In my opinion, a human being is a creature with variable and transitory thoughts and feelings. Being aware of these thoughts, Observing and exploring them, can provide us with a new understanding of interconnectedness"

Thomas Welti sculptor

“For me, as a sculptor, aesthetics, elegance, sensuality, harmony, symmetry and dynamism are the concepts of the physical beauty of a human being. And the perfection comes with beautiful souls living in them..." says sculptor Thomas Welti

Tigran Asatryan - painter/portraitist from Armenia

"It is true in the majority of my portraits there is sadness & grief and this is how I transfer certain my personal qualities to the canvas"  says painter/portraitist Tigran Asatryan from Armenia 


"I love to print photographs on canvases and then paints certain elements with acrylic paint and varnishes."

Victoria Brueschweiler

Victoria uses photographs, mostly in black and white, as a starting point to capture the figures and its proportions. It is the light that dictates further geometry.

Пояркова Яна

Yana prefers to call her style “naive realism”, without any special reference to the gradation of our-days contemporary art. Yana reveal her artistic nature through simple images, which makes it comprehensive to everyone.


We are our own universe with our own shapes and colors"


"I've always been fascinated by how the deliberate use of color, light, and shadow can create dimensionality in paintings. This fascination evolved into a passion that has significantly shaped my artistic expression."

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