Does something that radiates light need to be illuminated? Even at night, in the darkest of settings and darkest of times, Mt. Ararat, has inspired generations of Armenians to move toward the light. It is the centerpiece of the Armenian experience, uniting East and West as the Sun rises and sets over all of humanity. Mt. Ararat has looked over the Armenian people through tragedy and fortune. It is the national symbol of the Armenian nation and the symbol of stability and hope for the new day.
– Fr. Vazken Movsesian
This work of art is created with museum quality archival pigments on the finest watercolor paper.
The artwork is signed by the artist and comes with the studio stamp of authenticity on the back.
Artwork by Gregory Beylerian
Frame not included.