About

Anna Soghomonyan is a multidimensional artist from Armenia, who works in a wide range of fine art, silk painting, illustration, and mixed-media. She holds a Master's degree in Fine Arts from Yerevan State Academy of Fine Arts, and a Master's degree in psychology from Yerevan Brusov State University of Languages and Social Sciences.   

Annuk's art reflects both her extensive knowledge of human psychology, and her persistent search for a better understanding of life and nature. Her unique and creative approach to art allows her to uncover many meaningful layers and to bring an emotional response from viewers of all ages and walks of life.

Annuk's creative artistic experimentation constantly enriches her art with new techniques and themes. Her artwork features harmonious color combinations, while her rich and versatile palette reflects the many bright and vibrant colors of her beautiful homeland. 

Annuk has participated in many group art exhibitions at home and abroad, and has held a number of solo exhibitions in Armenia. Her paintings have been presented at many prestigious venues and galleries throughout both Europe and Asia.

As a silk painter, Annuk has presented at a number of fashion shows and participated in many collaborative projects featuring her painted silk dresses and accessories. Her "wearable art" pieces have been included in many private collections around the globe.

2014-National Museum of Turkmenistan (Ashkhabad , Turkmenistan)

2014-Gallery “Meridian Center” (Yerevan, Armenia)

2016-Museum Michael Savitskiy (Belarus, Minsk)

2016 -Personal Exhibition (Yerevan)

2016-Exhibition at the Russian-Armenian cultural center Vernatun (St.Petersburg, Russia)

2016-Exhibition at the municipal Cultural Center of Lioret del Mar (Spain)

2017-Museum Stepanakert (Stepanakert , Artsakh )

2017 - Personal Exhibition (Yerevan)

2017-Artisti Armeni a Quatru Sant`Elena (Venice, Italy)

2017-Museum of Yerevan Municipality (Yerevan Armenia)

2018-Central House of Artists (Moscow, Russia) 

2018-Cathedrale Apostolique Armenienne des Saints Traducteurs (Marseille, France)