In Varuzhan Yepremyan's Garden of Eden
When the look regards Varuzhan Yepremyan’s paintings, rings the awakening melody. the artist’s brush picturesque movement creates music. It broadens and deepens the paintings spherical space.
When the look regards Varuzhan Yepremyan’s paintings, rings the awakening melody. the artist’s brush picturesque movement creates music. It broadens and deepens the paintings spherical space. And if the truth is that every note corresponds to a particular light, then it refers to the works of Varuzhan at the greatest extent. Moreover, the colors sound like musical instruments, slides shades of brown, ring gold’s tones, violin and bow – amazing play of greens and blues, delicate flute – lilac, the nuances of the red chord piano break… The artist feels an affinity of his works with the music: “Violina”, “Melody of Love”, “Autumn Sonata”, “Pier Gyunt”. Characters of his paintings take a bow arm and brings it to his lips a flute, some also like listening to the harmony of sounds surrounding them – murmur of melt water, the rustle of peacock feathers with a soft vibration of silence.
The rapid movement of poultry and melody paints on canvas pointe, point, which is built around the choreographic action and with that begins the gazing skyward rotation solstice. Tempted by the seductive dance of Salome, captures the pagan trees, mountains and the sky, people and animals, whirled in the ancient rhythm of the infinite universe following the melody of color. This world is like the Garden of Eden, wonderful and rewarding, full of shining light, over which hover angels, and offers prayer.
Varuzhan Yepremyan paints complex, with muted or illuminated from within colors. They are unique, as its unique his line. On a rectangular canvas arises ellipse, which dehiscent up and outgoing to the universe infinite, like a frame in the frame. Behind him the smear acquires a parabolic and melodious shape. Often, the artist confronts flexible parabolic lines, grows them into one another, creating sharp disturbing angles. The painter achieves the effect of hidden tension, breaking the peaceful image of the plastic. Consciousness and sub-consciousness, light and dark, soaring spirit, and penetrating into the depths of the Universe mind, collides, intertwines, creating the special world on Varuzhan Yepremyan’s canvases.
Elena Skvortsova, Armen Meruzhanyan