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Martin Barooshian Painting Exhibition at ALMA

From: user 3.
Sent on: Wednesday, September 28, 2011 3:33 PM

ARMENIAN LIBRARY AND MUSEUM OF AMERICA (ALMA)  

presents

 

MARTIN BAROOSHIAN

Pointillism to Surrealism

Recent Paintings,[masked]

 

 

Dear (Contact First Name),   

 

" Over 50 years of intense creativity and technical finesse have lead down a path of mystery, humor, eroticism, lyricism, line, and color, and into the depths of the subconscious mind.  The work invites you to acquire a contemplative spirit and peer into an unpredictable world filled with life affirming surrealist fantasies and joyous abstract design."

 

Born in 1929 in Chelsea, Massachusetts, Martin Barooshian has distinguished himself as an artist whose great vitality and willingness to explore is matched only by his technical finesse.  He is a superb and accomplished printmaker having innovatively produced in every graphics medium including woodcuts, etchings, engravings, lithographs, and silkscreens.

Barooshian graduated with highest honors from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, having also completed a BS in Education from Tufts University, and an MS from Boston University in Art History.  His first major artistic and personal breakthroughs, however, occurred when surrounded by the boldly risk taking members, of the Atelier 17 while studying etching and engraving techniques with S.W. Hayter in Paris.  First "discovered" by John Taylor Arms, Barooshian has had numerous international exhibitions, and his works are included in such major collections as MoMA, the Metropolitan, Boston, and the Library of Congress.  He has also served as a past president of SAGA and the vice president of the U.S. Committee to International Association of Art (UNESCO).

 

Join us at ALMA for the Exhibition Opening and Artist's Reception! Sunday, October 2, 2-5pm

 

 ARMENIAN LIBRARY AND MUSEUM OF AMERICA

65 Main Street | Watertown, MA 02472

[masked] - www.almainc.org

ARTIST"S RECEPTION

 

Date:

Sunday, October 2

 

Time:

 2-5 pm 

 

Location:

ALMA's Contemporary Art Gallery (3rd floor)

 

Free and open to the public. 

 Reception will follow

 

 

QUICK LINKS

 

ALMA website

Martin Barooshian

 

 

Barooshian
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