Vahe Yeremyan

I have been painting since early childhood, from the day when I was able to take a brush and do some brushstrokes. I can’t imagine a single day without the colors, brushes and canvases. I like to paint and put all my effort and inspiration into my paintings.

I have dedicated all my life to fine art, and my love for fine art inspired me to obtain a Master’s degree in Fine Art and later PhD in Fine Art Therapy. I was happy to be a professor in Fine Art department and share my experience and knowledge with my students.

When teaching at the university I encouraged my students to paint from their heart. I believe that when you paint you have to put your heart and soul into it and generously share it with everyone.

" Whether he is painting the Grand Canyon or European harbor, Vahe Yeremyan has a signature loose, expressive style that results in works that often straddle the line between realism and abstraction. His energetic brush strokes bring movement and life to both his landscapes and still lifes."


2015 OPA National Juried Exhibition, Cutter & Cutter Fine Art Galleries, Brilliance in Color Gallery, St. Augustine, FL
2014 OPA Western Regional Juried Exhibition, Mountainsong Galleries in Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA
2014 OPA National Juried Exhibition, Bennington Center for the Arts, Bennington, VT
2014 LA Art Show, Los Angeles Convention Center , LA, CA
2013 OPA National Show, InSight Gallery, Fredericksburg, TX
2011 Fresh Air: Landscape of California, Fremont Gallery, South Pasadena, CA
2011 Summer Group Show, Segil Fine Art Source, Old Town Monrovia, CA
2010 Annual Holiday and Small works juried Exhibition, Silvana Gallery, Glendale, CA
2009 Annual Armenian Union of Artists’ Exhibition, Armenian Union of Artists, Yerevan, Armenia
2007 “Armenian landscape”, H. Tumanyan museum, Yerevan, Armenia
2006 “ Armenian Distinguished Artists Exhibition”, Yerevan, Armenia
2005 “Armenian Landscape”, Embassy of United States in Armenia , Yerevan
2004 “City views” UN head office in Armenia, Yerevan
2001 “ One nation one culture” , Kotayk State Department, Hrazdan, Armenia