Contemporary and traditional sculptures by Karen Grigorian

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Karen Grigorian was born in 1974 in Yerevan, Armenia. His father, Artur Grigorian, a successful metal artist in both Armenia and Poland, still remains one of his major inspirations and best friends even today. When he was 16-years old his family left for Poland, where he lived and worked for many years. In 2010, the sculptor decided to move to the United Kingdom in order to pursue greater challenges and share his creative expression across a global spectrum. The artist looks to affiliate himself likeminded individuals who are keen on working with an idealist who continues to surprise himself and the world around him with both contemporary and traditional sculptures. Karen Grigorian is a person of many virtues. He rarely succumbs to the materialistic pleasures that the world has to offer, and works purely for the euphoria reclaimed from his experiences. Karen’s work is designed for collectors from all walks of society. From one-off sculptures for private individuals to massive, outdoor structures designed for entire cities, this expressionist aims to use his work to bridge the gap between generations.

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