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'Lost Memory' Abstract Oil Painting by Janet Hagopian
Dimensions: 120 x 95 cm (47.2 x 37.4")
Medium: oil on canvas
Conditions: new, canvas mounted on stretchers
Shipping: this abstract oil painting will be shipped to your address from the artist's studio in Lebanon for free. It is ready to hang with a wall-mount tools at the back.
Certificate of Authenticity: you will receive the COA (certificate of authenticity) signed and dated by the artist to prove that the artwork is original.
'In my work I pay great attention to the structure of forms, shapes and colors, which creates the inhabitable space that starts to resemble story and life experience, behind the composition. The idea of using this object and shapes is to allow the viewer to detach themselves from the notion of normality and question their reason for existence. These beautiful shapes symbolize the idea of isolation when settled in this adequate position' - J. Hagopian
Janet Hagopian was born in Iran in 1967. She received her Arts Degree at Yerevan State Institute (Armenia). Later, the artist moved to Lebanon, where she lives and works at the moment.
This experience, of being caught in three cultures, not too different, but not the same either, dominates artist's abstract oil paintings. Each of her pieces offers a glimpse into social and religious realities that shaped artist's identity — and the identities of many Armenian women, who live in the Middle East full of its own problems and wonders.
'Each piece is composed of various layers and conveys the concept of the painting. My imagination explores and displays shape variations in order to communicate a strong composition. Painting these shapes may be challenging, but has the advantage of allowing the viewer to observe without feeling restricted or constrained.'