USA / Born 1956, Armenia
A powerful painting has the ability to invoke emotions, stimulate the senses, and a great staying power in one’s memory. Yuroz, an Armenian born neo-cubist, is the painter of the people for the people. The voice he represents in his work expresses the innermost reflections of the human condition: pain and suffering, joy and love, beauty, and natural grace. Lovers, musicians, poets, athletes, homeless, and refugees fill his canvas, drawing forth the spectrum of emotions that reside deep in the human soul. Fittingly, he was chosen by the United Nations to be the official artist for the 50th-anniversary stamp honoring refugees worldwide and he is the only living American artist who has his work hung in the Vatican’s permanent collection.
Yuroz’s impressive ability to bring a soulful human quality to fruition through his art stems from his own life experiences. Symbolism forms the backbone of Yuroz’s classical romantic paintings and the themes of the stories he tells through his paintbrushes. Blue is the color of healing and rose is the symbol of love. A blue rose symbolizes healing through love. Pomegranate symbolizes fertility, creativity, prosperity and power. For Yuroz, the pomegranate is a symbol of survival as it manages to grow in the most arid landscapes.
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