Aram V. Grigoryan, Academician of the Russian Academy of Arts (est. 1757), considered to be one of the worlds most renowned and accomplished master sculptors and one of Russia’s leading sculptors today. Grigoryan is a recipient of numerous awards and honors from the United States, Russia, Europe, Asia and Africa, and he holds top honors and appointments in the arts in Russia as the Vice-Chairman of the Russian Academy of Art for the Urals, Siberia and Far East Region, the Chairman of the Board of Novosibirsk Union of Artists and the Vice-President of the Union of Russian Artists in the Siberian Federal Region.
In 2006, Grigoryan was awarded the Silver Medal of the Russian
Academy of Art, presented by the President of the Russian
Academy of Arts, Zurab K. Tsereteli. In 2007, followed
with the title 'Academician' of the Russian Academy
of Arts, in 2011.
Grigoryan was born in the city of Yerevan, Armenia, in 1957.
He graduated from the faculty of sculpture at the acclaimed
Surikov State Academic Art Institute in Moscow (aka Surikov
Academy of Fine Arts) in 1985. A student of the famous
sculptor L. Kerbel, Grigoryan studied at the sculptor’s academic
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Recognized early on for his genius, his professional career began while he was a student, winning awards and recognitions in regional, national and international art exhibitions, capturing the attention of art lovers and top art collectors. Today, Aram V. Grigoryan’s works are in prestigious collections throughout Russia and around the world and his prominent clientele include private individuals, business, corporate and political leaders, including mayors and heads of state. Grigoryan’s award winning and historical works and accomplishments have been noted by world wide press and featured in leading news media.
'The Model' by Aram Grigoryan
Academician, The Russian Academy of Arts (est.1757)