ARTIST STATEMENT

As a child the world seems more colorful, and colors seem much brighter. Through the innocent eyes of a child, life resembles a fairytale, where kindness, peace, and love reign, where beautiful princesses undoubtedly find their knights. In my paintings, I seek to capture that beautiful dreamlike world, the one we all once discovered as both amazing and exciting.

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LATEST PAINTINGS

Peace
2016, 60 x 90 cm, acrylic on canvas.
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LATEST NEWS

Sevada Tonri Lavash

Tonri Lavash painting by Sevada is to represent the Armenian bread worldwide

This year was marked by a special event for Armenian people around the world: Armenian bread lavash was listed as an intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. In the event of that, Armenian Ministry of Culture has printed special brochures to be sent all over the world…

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2006, 60x70 cm, mixed media on canvas

Changsha “EXHIBITION OF INTERNATIONAL REPRESENTATIONAL AND ABSTRACT ART”

Sevada is happy to announce that the “EXHIBITION OF INTERNATIONAL REPRESENTATIONAL AND ABSTRACT ART” will be hosted in the city of Changsha, Hunan province, China. The group exhibition, which first was held in Ningbo city in April, will now open in Changsha on September 25.

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2014 EXHIBITION OF INTERNATIONAL REPRESENTATIONAL AND ABSTRACT ART

“For the purpose of demonstrating the creative state in the new art ecology, we organize this international exchange exhibition to display the abstract and representational works from both Chinese and western artists, thus to provide a kind of interpretation method with diversified perspectives.”

Chen Ming (Post Doctor of Arts)

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THE CREATION OF KOMITAS QUARTET’S LOGO

 

The management team of Komitas Quartet requested Sevada to draw a logo for the musical ensemble. Being the world’s oldest-established performing string quartet, which proudly carries the name of the great Armenian composer Komitas, was what made the artist to take on the high responsibility to create the logo.

Sevada’s aim was to illustrate a symbolic connection of Quartet’s music to its roots in the Armenian culture. 

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