Gayane Karapetyan

Gaya is an independent abstract artist from Toronto. With years of graduate studies ranging from a degree in biology to event planning and after extended years of professional experience in different fields of occupation, Gaya has found her true calling of being an artist.
During her emerging artistic career, Gaya has succeeded in many of her endeavours. Her paintings won awards in various contests and competitions. Gaya received a number of Special Recognition Awards from Light Space & Time Gallery, the Publisher Choice Awards from Art & Beyond Magazine. Gaya was among winners in the competitions by the Contemporary Art Gallery Online and a nominee of Palm Art Award 2014. The artist was also selected for an exhibition by Still Point Art Gallery and inclusion in the Winter 2014 issue of the Still Point Art Quarterly.
Gaya’s works have been published in Volume IX of International Contemporary Artists art book, an established edition distributed internationally to art collectors, curators and major galleries and museums in the US and Europe.
Last year, Gaya started her remarkable collaboration with Google Open Gallery, which makes the technology behind Google Cultural Institute’s cultural projects available to artists to publish and share their artwork and other cultural content. Gaya’s artwork was also selected by the Curatorial Team of Google to show in the newly launched Chromecast feature.
Gaya exhibited at the Insomnia Salon Soirée by the Red Head Gallery as part of the Nuit Blanche cultural program. Gaya actively exhibits in Toronto art spaces and galleries (e.g. Artify, Silver Moon Show in Art Square Gallery), as well as explores opportunities to show her artwork abroad. Gaya’s work was showcased in Barcelona during the prestigious BCN 2014 International Art Fair in December 2014. She is also invited to exhibit in a number of upcoming important art shows and fairs in Europe, more specifically in London, Oxford and Berlin.
Gaya is a member of CARFAC and Federation of Canadian Artists.

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