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“Recent Paintings” by Lara B. and
“Later Works” by Simon Samsonian

Opening Reception: Thursday, October 19, 2006 5-9 pm
Show Dates: October 17 - November 11, 2006

Providence, RI (September 27, 2006) Gallery Z invites you to join us on Thursday, October 19, 2006 from 5-9 pm for the opening of “Recent Paintings” and “Later Works,” a collection of paintings by Armenian artists Lara B. and the late Simon Samsonian. The show will be on display from October 17 through November 11, 2006. Artist Lara B. will be present at the opening reception.

Lara B. of Beirut, Lebanon, attended the Toros Roslin Art Academy of Beirut and continued her studies at the Lebanese University of Fine Arts, where she graduated with honors in 2001. With an ever growing love for art and a desire to broaden her horizons, Lara enhanced her educational experience by involving herself in private tutorials and groups with professional Armenian artists. Since graduating, she has taught at numerous art institutes in Lebanon, as well as set up her own classroom within her private studio. She moved to the United States in 2002, and has since had her artwork shown in New York, Providence, San Fransisco, and San Jose, among others. Lara’s paintings are contemplative and ethereal, the powerful energy behind them coming from “capturing the moment’s complexity of the human psyche.” Her pieces often seem dark in hue, yet windows and arches are frequently included in her works, “providing hope in the form of light and strength as stable edifices.”

When he was six years old, Armenian painter Simon Samsonian became a victim of the massacre and deportation of the Aremnian population in Turkey, losing both his parents and being sent to be raised in orphanages in Egypt and Greece. He discovered his love of art at a young age, and after starting a family, he began observing them as models for his paintings. Samsonian had a special reverence towards motherhood and loved all aspects of human life, and many of his most brilliant and well known works of art reflect his interest in the bond between a mother and a child.. In 1950, after many years of painting, Samsonian took a pilgrimage to the major cities of art, and after visiting places such as Paris and London, he found his niche in cubism, which he found “more suited to his temperament.” Samsonian’s past is embedded into his paintings, each reflecting the inner emotions of humanity. He put his heart into every piece he created, and found himself “bound with an indescribable affection for all his works, and felt desolate whenever obliged to part with the “luckier” ones among them.” Simon Samsonian passed away in 2003 at age 88.