Sona Babajanyan

Sona Babajanyan

  • Artist’s Statement

    Art for me is the best way to understand the world and myself. Colours and lines, shapes and textures, forms and faces in my work are the means to express and capture the deeper movements of a human being’s inner world as it intersects with the mysterious forces of nature and universe, my attempts to bring without what lies within, inviting the viewer to reflect on this connection between the inner and outer universes.

  • Biography

    Sona is a Brisbane-based artist and illustrator of Armenian heritage. She has been working as a translator of literature, editor, and graphic designer, and it was not until moving to Australia in 2008 when she finally decided to focus all her attention on art and illustration. She is constantly in search of various forms of expression in which she can combine her love for drawing, painting, and literature. As a result, her art is quite versatile, she works both in traditional and digital media, in colour and black and white, always trying out new things and experimenting with new techniques.

  • Website

    https://www.plexusgallery.com/sonababajanyan/

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Sona Babajanyan

Starry Night
42 x 32 x 3.5cm Indian ink and coffee on watercolour paper $300.00

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Fantasia #47
42 x 32 x 3.5cm Ball-point pen on paper $270.00

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Possibilities
40 x 32.5 x 1cm ink on paper $300.00

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Turquoise
50.8 x 40.6 x 1cm Acrylic on Board $900.00

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Two Moons
40.5 x 30.5 x 2.5cm Acrylic on Ampersand Gesso board $550.00