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Hripsime had a bautiful exhibition in Bucharest, a few
months ago, held at the Armenian Embassy in Bucharest. We
had the honor to participate and since we loved her art works
we decided to present this wonderful artist to our audience
through the following interview:
1. When was the first time that you knew you will be a
painter and how did you fall in love with painting?
I have had two choices concerning my future profession since
my school years. My mother is a doctor and my father is an
artist. Therefore I was equally interested in both painting and
medicine. However one day I understood that painting was
dear to my heart and and now every day I keep making sure
that I have made a right choice. I feel cozy and comfortable in
the world of colors and every single day I deal with beauty. I
am captured by artwork creating process more and more. I
discover new horizons with my palette and I am obliged to my
father for planting the seeds of love towards painting in me.
2. What inspires you the most?
I am mainly inspired by music. I am fond of jazz and rock. I
love sun and nature especially autumn with its colors and
also human warmth and people’s smile.
3. What saddens you the most?
False people and untidy environment can sadden me most of
all. There are also people who aren’t delicate, they can hurt
you and, being a sensitive artist, I can be easily offended and
soon forget all this.
4. Who is your favorite artist and do you use his/her work
as an inspiration?
I have some favorite artists among both Armenian painters
and international ones. However I love each painter for his
individuality: Renoir for his softness and gentleness, Dali for
his sharp thought, Picasso for his courage and bravery, Gustav
Klimt for his unlimited sensitivity. The last mentioned has
captured me and having seen his original painting „Kiss” in
The Belvedere Museum in Vienna I was deeply impressed and
that feeling didn’t leave me for a long time. And all other
kisses faded for a while beside Klimt’s masterpiece. I was also
deeply impressed by Rodin’s „Kiss”.
Sensitivity unfolded in colors
- Hripsime Margaryan
Hripsime Margaryan was born in 1975 in Yerevan
in the artistic family of Volodya Margaryan. In
1992 Hripsime graduated from the school N 56
and N 1 Art school in Yerevan. During 1992-1993
she studied in the Open University of Armenia in
the department of fashion design. She was
involved at Yerevan State Academy of Fine Arts,
Yerevan, Armenia (1992-1998). Since 1998
Hripsime Margaryan is a member of Armenian
Designers Union, Member of the International
Designers’ Association (1998), Member of the
Artist’s Union of Armenia (1999), Member of the
International Association of Art (UNESCO, 1999).
During 1998 - 2000 Margaryan was graphic
designer in advertising agencies „Azd”,
„Paradise”, „Arlita”, from 2001 - 2003 she issued
labels on wine and brandy at the Gharabagh Gold
factory and Yerevan Champagne Wines Factory,
from 2008-2009 she worked at the concert and
sports complex named after Karen Demirchyan as
an interior design. Since 2012 she is the director
of the Valmar Art Gallery.
In 2014 Hripsime Margaryan’s works were
included in the design of the disc of piano works
by Alan Hovhannes. Since 2015 she has been a
professor of drawing and painting at the
Department of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture of
the National University of Architecture and
Construction. In 2016 She worked on the design
of the cover of the book „Smoldering yearning” by
5. Which is your favorite art work from the ones you
Really I have some favorite artworks. They are very near and
dear to my heart. They are exhibited in our „Valmar Art
Gallery”. The following artworks are among them: „Flight”,
„Missing”, „Firework” and they are considered to be the
unique reflection of my emotions. These artworks aren’t for
sale as well as „Paris” which reflects the memory and my
impressions from my Parisian tour.
6. As a world peace militant, taking into consideration the
intriguing situation all over the world, what do you think
could help us restore world peace?
I have been involved in „Women In Art For Peace”
international project for a few years. In my opinion when a
person lives and is brought up in art, is fond of it and
appreciates it, all this will make humans to be kinder and
more tolerant. Nowadays our planet needs peace indeed. All
people should do their best in order to help and contribute. My
support is my optimistic artworks. I paint them and think they
warm people’s heart and soul for a while and give them
opportunity to think and imagine.
7. What other exhibitions do you have planned for the
In near future we are planning to have a common exhibition
in the USA with my father Valmar, National Artist of the
Republic of Armenia. I am going to display 20 of my graphic
works. I also take part in various group exhibitions and
festivals both in Armenia and abroad. Sometimes I deal with
different design work.
8. Do you have a message for your Romanian admirers?
I have warm memories and good impressions from my
exhibition in Romania. I loved beautiful Bucharest with its
rich architecture and culture. Both city and local people were
warm and willing. I am very pleased and proud that
Armenians have had their contribution in cultural and public
life of Romania. We also noticed that Armenian community is
accepted and beloved by Romania. My exhibition having been
organized with the support of Embassy of Armenia gave me an
opportunity to explore your country. I hope for having a chance
to come back.