Philip Hagopian: my paintings show versatility of life

Philip Hagopian: my paintings show versatility of life

PanARMENIAN.Net - An exhibition of the Armenian American painter Philip Hagopian opened in Yerevan on December 2.

“My paintings show how wonderful and versatile the life is,” Hagopian told a PanARMENIAN.Net reporter.

Chairman of the Armenian painting department of the National Art Gallery Armen Gasparyan commented: “Over 70 works displayed here evidence of the artist’s talent. You can see realism, surrealism, still life and portraits. Hagopian calls on us to love and cherish the world we live in, to smile, dream and think, to listen to our inner voice.”

Philip Hagopian was born in Massachusetts in 1959. Graduated from Boston University College of Fine Arts. Member of the International Union of Armenian Artists and Armenian Artists’ Union.

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