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Among all forms of art, visual art strikes me with its efficacy and poignancy: while a novelist takes hundreds of pages to express an idea, a visual artist can present the whole story right here right now. This is what I endeavor in my artworks: to take a flat canvas and erect upon it a complex story or concept.

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Anjie Skaya
Anjie Skaya Artist

February 08, 2022

:-)!made me smile Fantastic!!!

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John Crowther
John Crowther Critic

February 07, 2022

Humorous and surreal, Svetlana Bagdasaryan’s "Morning News." is an undeniably attention-grabbing painting that will never go unnoticed on your wall. For me, the picture fits more squarely into the tradition of Magical Realism than Surrealism (an interesting distinction as Magical Realism is a literary movement, and Bagdasaryan wants to capture an entire narrative on the surface of a canvas instead of the writer’s page). Bagdasaryan’s astute observations about the difference between writers' and painters' approaches to art are ideas I often think about. In many ways, painters have the most creative control of any artist. Filmmakers usually require at the very least a skeletal crew to realize their artistic vision, writers need editors, sculptors need foundries, but painters are the sole contributor to their work. From inception to execution, painters (without studio assistants and fabricators) control their artistic output, and that’s how they come up with creative energy to create paintings as intriguing, fun, and substantive pictures as "Morning News."

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Eloy Artist

February 07, 2022

So correct.

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Svetlana Bagdasaryan
Painting - Unframed
Oil, Canvas
39.00 inches wide
24.00 inches tall
1.50 inches deep
4.00 lbs
Lake Forest, CA, US