Gegham Abrahamyan is a contemporary sculptor, born in Yerevan, Armenia in 1988.  He is well known for his abstract sculptures and drawings. He creates his unique art pieces by using a variety of materials, including bronze, stone, metal and wood.

Gegham’s work consists of small-scale items that can be shown in museums and galleries, as well as larger pieces that are more suited for occasions such as Art performances or special Art events. 

Nowadays, Gegham lives and creates his art works in Seattle, WA. Working on contemporary large-scale three and four-dimensional sculptures.

Gegham received his education at the Panos Terlemezyan State College of Fine Arts. He holds an M.S. in Sculpture from the Yerevan State Academy of Fine Arts. In 2014, he became a member of the Artists' Union of Armenia.

As a sculptor and an artist he had numerous personal and group exhibitions in many countries such as France, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Moscow, Georgia, and in the USA which brought him a wide recognition for his accomplishments. Recently, Gegham had personal exhibitions in Redmond, WA and in the heart of downtown Seattle, WA 

Worth to mention that Gegham’s sculptures exhibited at the Château de la Buzine, Marseille, France by invitation of Madame Valérie Boyer (French politician). The Exhibition dedicated to 100th Anniversary of Armenian Genocide.

He is a sculptor of the three-meter height stone monument of the Saint Johannes Odzneci, installed in front of the Saint Johannes Oznedzi Church. 

In 2018 Gegham participated in a Sculpting competition dedicated to “Book of Lamentations” by Saint Gregory of Narek and won the 2nd place out of the 75 works.

His sculptures are highly valued by Art critics, Art professionals, and are included in private collections.

 

 

Monument of the Saint Johannes Odzneci.

 

Installed in front of the Saint Johannes Odzneci Church. Odzun Armenia.

Bazalt stone with three meters height. 

 

Exhibition  Konstnärernas kollektivverkstäder, (KKV), Sweden.

Sculpture Exhibition, The National Gallery of Shushi, Karabakh.   

“Emanation”, “Agos” Public and Political Magazine.Istanbul

 

“Emanation 2” exhibition dedicated to 100th Anniversary of Armenian Genocide, Château de la Buzine, Marseille, France.  

 

 “Art & You” Personal Exhibition, Seattle WA, 2019.