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About The Artist
Mher Harutyunyan (Michael) was born July, 24, 1962, in Yerevan, Armenia, into a family of artists.
In 1987, after his graduation in Design from Yerevan Art Academy, he spent the following years in the former Soviet Union specializing in artistic design. He did commercial design for a coliseum, concert halls, cafes and other various structures.
After his move to Boston, Massachusetts in April of 1992, his focus centered on paintings using oils on canvas and pastels. Inspired by an upbringing of cultivated art, his work has appeared in several exhibitions including one private showing in Montpelier, Vermont.He relocated to New York, New York in the summer of 1996. Comprised of new beginnings, the journey that has arrived, invokes his passion to paint. New York City's spheres embarks the never ending motion captured in the free styles of modern expressions.
Mher now resides in Ohio and works out of his studio.
Inlight Studios presents Portraits By Michael! We Offer over 300 hand drawn celebrity portraits in our stock gallery. Whether you are looking for your favorite athlete, actor, historian or musician, WE HAVE IT. If it's not listed in our gallery, it can always be added. Each portrait is hand drawn in charcoal sketch, dimensions 12" x 18" you also will get a black mat with the portrait then the dimensions become standard 16" x 20". This is a REPORDUCTION of the original charcoal drawing.
Looking for the perfect gift! For that personal touch, have your favorite photograph turned into a "one-of-a-kind" work of art. Michael will take your personal photo and hand draw your image with charcoal or color pastels. Whichever you prefer. The final piece is then matted to finished size of 16" x 20". "FRAME NOT INCUDED" Freehand portraits take 7-10 days to complete, so plan ahead.