Turned and Sculpted Wood 2016 – An Exhibition of Contemporary Wood Art curated by Larisa Safaryan


-0.jpgAward winning artist, Larisa Safaryan, who is constantly creating and exhibiting her own delicate and unique art, is pleased to announce that she is curating an exhibition “Turned and Sculpted Wood 2016” in association with Wood Symphony Gallery dedicated to the extraordinary world of fine wood art. The exhibition will feature the works of 36 world-renowned and internationally recognized masters of wood art from across the Country and around the World,  each displaying the soul of the master, with their own distinct style and personality. The exhibition will run from October 28 , 2016 to November 28, 2016. You can view the exhibition online at www.woodaymphony.com.

Larisa Safaryan, “It has been an honor for me to have worked with world-renowned artists from many countries in Europe, New Zealand and the United States. It is always exciting to work on my own exhibitions, and it is even more rewarding and thrilling when I curate an exhibition for other artists, as the excitement is multiplied by the number of participating artists.”

The field of wood art is expanding in so many directions. This exhibition will present an overview of what is currently going on in the world of contemporary wood art. The masterfully created works of the artists are full of life, color and excitement. You will find turned bowls with stunning color and grain, alongside exquisitely carved sculptural forms.  It is amazing to see the growth of vessel to sculpture, from attention to the rich grain of the wood, to the artist creating their own vibrancy in the work.

You are visiting the blog of Wood Symphony, which presents wood art masterpieces created by world class artist wood sculptor Nairi Safaryan, and delicate sculptures by Larisa Safaryan. For additional photos and information, please visit our official website. You can also find us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Google+.


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