Title: Olga Azatyan
Medium: gobelin, needlepoint on canvas
Size: 27 x 27in / 68.5 x 68.5cm
Provenance: Olga Azatyan is a distinguished professor at the Yerevan State University, following in the footsteps of her parents who were also esteemed professors at the same institution. With a background as a renowned architect, she has played a significant role in shaping the urban landscape of Soviet Armenia while working for the government. Her exceptional artistic journey and innovative fusion of disciplines have earned her a place among the most famous Armenian women, as documented in a book dedicated to their remarkable achievements. Olga’s artistic style is deeply influenced by her passion for music, particularly the music of Pink Floyd. Olga Azatyan’s artistry reflects her individuality and her ability to bridge the worlds of architecture and needlepoint. Her creations resonate with a unique energy and serve as a testament to her creative vision and technical prowess.
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