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Anet Abnous

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Figure # 4, 2007 Charcoal and Pastel on Archhes Paper 18"x24" © artist holds the copyright
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Figure # 2, 2007 Charcoal and Pastel on Arches Paper 18"x24" © artist holds copyright
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Figure # 3, 2007 Charcoal and Pastel on Arches Paper 18"x24" © artist holds the copyright
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Figure # 1, 2007 Charcoal and Pastel on Arches Paper 18"x24" © artist holds the copyright
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Figure # 6, 2007 Charcoal and Pastel on Arches Paper 18"x24" © artist holds the copyright
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Figure # 8, 2007 Charcoal and Pastel on Arches Paper 18"x24" © artist holds the copyright
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Constrained Mixed Media on Canvas © Artist holds the copy right
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© Artist holds the copyright
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Lady in The Golden Chair #1 Mixed Media on Canvas © Anet holds the copyright
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The Rest Mixed Media on Canvas © Anet holds the copy right
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Constrained © Anet holds the copy right
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Sway © Anet holds the copyright
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Ruminate © Anet holds the copyright
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Quick Facts
Birth year
1974
Lives in
CA/NY
Schools
Queens College, NY, 2006, BFA
Representing galleries
CAN (NY), Gallery Z (RI)
Tags
figurative, works-on-paper, charcoal, curator, female
Statement

 

Anet Abnous, an artist of Armenian origin, was born in 1974 in Tehran, IRAN. She has degrees in Fashion designing and Bachelor of Fine Arts from Queens College NY.

 

She is a member of Contemporary Artist Network, Cambridge Who’s Who, Armenian International Women Artist Association (AIWA) and City without Walls. She has participated in many local and international Juried exhibitions in NY, NJ, CA, MD, RI as well as IRAN and Korea. Some of her paintings are in permanent collection of MOCIA, many Galleries in IRAN, Armenian Diocese in NY and many private collector worldwide.

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She has been published in Asbury Park Press (NJ daily newspaper) YERKIR (Armenian weekly newspaper), Hye-Tert Istanbul, QC Magazine, NY ART Magazine, RI Art Council and the Armenian Reporter since 2006, additionally, she has been on a radio interview with Anush Ter Talian on WBAI 99.5 FM about her two pieces comemorating violence against women.

 

Recently she curated the 1st Armenian Women’s Art exhibition in NYC.