|LIFE IS SHORT, bronze, 6’ x 4’ x 4.5’|
I utilize sculpture as a means of expressing my fundamental empathy for humanity. In applying laws of perspective to my work, and assertively placing my viewing point within or about the object, I seek to capture a satirical view of reality, and the impact upon the reason of man.
Through the use of media and color I enhance the expression of universal experience of uncertainty and vulnerability. And at last I leave the unity of the visual elements to represent the presence of divine power in every cell in the universe.
|Haroutioun Tenguerian Rego Park, NY|
Freelance sculptor and illustrator, 1993-present
Selected Public Installations
GT, Inc., Monford, New Jersey
Dahesh Mueum, New York, New York
MFA, New York Academy of Art, Graduate School of Figurative Art, New York, New York
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|10/14/2005 Design by Jason Hayden and Gary A. Adams|