Citycsapes by Peto Poghosyan
An exceptional graphic artist, showing an outstanding dignity by his passion in cityscapes.
Peto Poghosyan, Armenia based watercolor artist of an exquisite talent, is showing an outstanding dignity by his passion in cityscapes. Peto gets attracted by the cities and mainly does cityscapes with watercolor without any mixed media. The artist uses his own photographs to make cityscapes at studio and also he works at locations. Ordinary congested and polluted urbanistic views with quite outstanding advertising panels, cars and people in it are turning into paintings of a great beauty by Peto’s hand.
Through his details and painting shapes, we can witness a skilled graphic artist, who masterly uses colours and forms. The soft tints of painter’s palette are very notable.The moods in his paintings merge in one main color and shape.
In his works you can witness everyday scenes not only from his hometown in Armenia, but also from Paris, Dinan and St. Malo. Peto’s exceptional works are present in various private collections all over the world, and also can be found in corporate collections of American University of Armenia and Armenian embassy in China.
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