I think that I shall never see A poem lovely as a tree. – Joyce Kilmer, 1913 In the eve of the unveiling of select work from Yuroz’s “Symbiosis” museum collection to be showcased at the Coral Springs Museum of Art from March 12th to May 28th, 2016, we want to share an excerpt written by renowned art critic, Bruce Helander, featured in the upcoming museum book: “…a powerhouse of complicated ongoing visual experiments that seem to gather all his experiences and tie them up as a multifaceted bundle of shapes and textures, including swaying branches and intriguing backgrounds that have become a recognizable signature of the artist’s repertoire.” […]
We are pleased to announce the unveiling of Yuroz’ “Symbiosis” Collection, a visual symphony of perspectives and dimensional rhythm where this internationally acclaimed artist guides us to the reckoning of the interdependence between our survival with nature, and nature’s survival with the attitude of the human race.
Creating heirloom work with time-honored techniques and archival qualities that celebrate the basic human conditions and emotions has been the backbone of Yuroz’s work at Yuroz Art Studios. It is with great pleasure we announce the release of our first serigraph of 2016, titled Dance with the Pomegranates. Finished with 23 karat gold leaf, limited edition of 75, 50 x 32 inches (127 x 81.3 cm), Yuroz offered a select few with individual water color hand painted by the artist himself. Dance with the Pomegranates is amongst the series of images in Yuroz ICONO Collection created by the artist after studying European, Byzantine and Russian iconography. Centuries of accumulated traditions were captured […]
The L.A. Art Show marked the unveiling of three very important bodies of work from Yuroz. Standing tall and proud on the feature wall of our booth was the newly released wall sculpture, “Romance with the Guitar” that has taken Yuroz ten years to finish. While the artist had the vision, the technology has only recently caught up with that vision. A metal sculpture of this magnitude would have weighed over a thousand pounds but this masterpiece has lost considerable weight with Yuroz’s development efforts while preserving the luster and elegance of the metal finish. “Romance with the Guitar” comes in nickel composite hand finish and with poly composite is offered as […]
Artstage Singapore was held at the Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore, one of the best hotels for art fairs in our opinion. It was beautiful, convenient and almost like a mini city. Personally it was my first time visiting Singapore even though I have long enjoyed the friendship of many native Singaporeans. The people were so friendly and resourceful with such an international flare. Many of us have definitely made life-long friends in this beautiful city. The booth was beautifully hung featuring Yuroz’s Woman in Red Series and the romantic Eternity sculpture from the Nirvana Collection, first time in 23k gold leaf finish. Before Sunset and Revive at Sunrise […]
“In art, every palette leads to the next, every completed work leads to a new one, where the connection, even just a hint, remains.” – Yuroz An avid admirer of the power of women, Yuroz varies his composition, color, lines and shapes to express with prowess the multitude facets of different women he has observed over the years. Arresting their moments of solitude, Yuroz fortuitously offers glimpses of the kaleidoscope to their mind’s eye. Following is part one of a three-part blog series, an excerpt from Yuroz’s upcoming new book Women in Yuroz’s Art and select paintings from his recent release. PART 1 OF 3: PENSIVE Could it be that Yuroz has a habit […]
In a recent study released by Adobe Creative, 80% of people believe that unlocking creativity is critical to economic growth. World renowned Los Angeles based painter and architect, Yuroz, has spent his life in service to the creative process, both as an artist and as an advocate for the younger generations to live and experience artistic genius. Says Yuroz, “Life is full of mysteries and one of them is the creative process. This is one of the major qualities we as human beings have that makes us different from the other living creatures.” At the “Rebirth of a Nation” exhibit in Beirut this week, Yuroz invited 100 children to participate […]
“Rebirth of a Nation”, a themed art exhibition, a name adopted from one of the paintings from the United Nation’s commissioned “Human Rights” Mural Series created by internationally renowned artist, Yuroz, opened on Monday, the 4th of May, 2015 at the Beirut Exhibition Center commemorating the Armenian Genocide Centennial and promoting creativity, love and life. Organized by Solidere and the Central Committee of the Armenian Genocide Centennial in Lebanon, in collaboration with Noah’s Ark Art Gallery, and under the patronage of the Lebanese Minister of Culture H.E. Raymond Arayji, this exhibition aimed to share artistic expression to bring the focus of commemoration to the honoring of sacrifice and the determination of humanity to learn and improve.
Armenian’s native son, Yuroz returns to his homeland to join H.E. Mr. Raymond Arayji, Lebanese Minister of Culture, Armenian ambassador, and the Armenian Genocide Centennial Central Committee of Lebanon to commemorate the 100 years since the Armenian Genocide through the cultural exhibit, “The Rebirth of a Nation”.