Nature Morte II

ARTIST
Krikor Agopian | Canada

TYPE
Painting

STYLE
Surrealist

DIMENSIONS (in)
37.75" x 27.25"

SHIPPING

Ships from Canada. Sold rolled in a tube. To be stretched and hung by collector.

    Art Description:

    Agopian's work highlights the Chernobyl Blast. He is known for using the following symbols in his works to represent the following:

    Shell: Rebirth and deliverance from our shell imposed on us. Sign of change
    Grenade (Pomegranate): It is the fruit of tree of life for the Armenians. Symbol of fertility.
    Rope: To tie, attach, sustain. Nothing is entirely free.
    Tearing: To conquer the unknown, curiosity. To look under, search and behold.
    Fish: Freedom to be and do without hindrance.
    Tree: Essential to the human survival.

     

    Medium Used: Mixed Media on Canvas


    Krikor Agopian | Canada

    "Fifty years of research to reach artistic maturity. There has never been an interruption in my artistic practice: studies, research, teaching were one source of stimulation to the creation workshop. My work is almost autobiographical, I try to reproduce an atmosphere, a mood, impressions, feelings, past experiences under different horizons … or perchance to dream … These images come also from my childhood or recent experience that my eye has filtered through my subconscious"

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