• Up Now: Family Tree

    Up Now: Family Tree

    November 3rd-December 31st, 2022
    A solo exhibition of new oil paintings exploring themes of place and personality.
    Gibbs Library
    40 Old Union Rd, Washington, ME

    Reception: Sunday, December 4th, 2-4pm
    Artist Talk at 2:30pm
    Gallery open M/T 4-7, W/Th 3-6, T/Sat 9-12
    Catalog PDF
    Image: Young Harout oil on canvas 22x22"

  • Up Now: Unspoken Word

    Up Now: Unspoken Word

    October 3rd-December 30th, 2022
    A group exhibition from Midcoast Maine Book Arts.
    Blue Hill Library
    5 Parker Pt Rd, Blue Hill, ME

    Gallery open M/T/W 9-6, Th 9-8, Sat 9-5
    Catalog PDF
    Image: Women As Seen By Bad Men, copper and paper, 10" diameter

  • Old Maid

    Old Maid

    August 13-22, 2021
    Solo exhibition featuring the Old Maid Deck of Cards, a series of oil paintings, and artist books.
    Hedgerow Gallery
    Tenants Harbor, ME
    Image: Bone Woman #14 oil on canvas 22"x48"
    Catalog PDF

  • Narrative & Structure

    Narrative & Structure

    For the month of September, the Camden Public Library is pleased to host the Midcoast Maine Book Arts Group for an invitational virtual exhibition. The show features work by book artists with strong connections to the midcoast region of Maine.
    Online Sept. 1-30, 2020

    Catalog PDF

  • Lies, Truths and Mysteries

    Lies, Truths and Mysteries

    NoRo Gallery
    16 Brewster St. Rockland, Maine
    (207) 701-1307
    July 7- 29, 2017
    Opening Friday July 7 5-7pm
    Gallery Hours: Thursday, Friday, Saturday 12-6

    My current work explores the connections between spirituality, world religions, and meditation through the story of my Armenian Grandmother, my own personal craft work, and the human figure. The installation will combine hand weaving, prints and metal work.

    The lie: Grandma pretended she was Turkish.

    The truth: Grandma converted to Islam so she would not be killed.

    The mystery: Grandma continued to pray in the manner of Islam for her entire life.

  • Armenian Genocide Show Catalogs

    Armenian Genocide Show Catalogs

    I have participated in multiple art shows that bring attention to the Armenian Genocide.
    Image: My Armenian relatives at a refugee camp shortly after escape from Turkey Aleppo, Syria 1924

    Armenia: A Remembrance 2007 Show Catalog

    Armenia: A Remembrance 2015 Talk on the 100th Anniversary of the Genocide