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Berberyan was innate in 1958 and grew up in Country Republic of Armenia. The Son of a grand creative person and prof of Prowess and Design, he earned kudos for his esthetic talents as a youth, and by the long time of 12, Berberyan had his kickoff exposition. His paintings were sent by the U.S.S.R. on an Outside Tour, named "The World by Childrens' Eyes." This exposition visited France, Italy, Canada, and the Conjunct States. When Berberyan was older, he was invited to analyze at the University of Prowess & Aim in Yerevan, Republic of Armenia. Although it was complicated to see books from the West, Berberyan managed to find and analyze those of the artists he satisfying most: Dali, Picasso, Titian, Rembrandt van Rijn and Klimt. As a student of prowess and design, books on Klimt specially motivated Berberyan. He earned his Master's Stage in 1981 and apace began his vocation as a ticket creative person by accepting governance commissions for murals at the Jerevan Airport, theaters, hotels and early governance projects. In 1984, the 26-year-onetime creative person was already quite a accomplished, and emigrated to U.S. where his senior Sister was already support. E'er operative with his hands, whether in carpentry, painting, or lifelike arts, Berberyan e'er steady improved and expanded his esthetic talent, in time capable to consecrate his metre to the introduction of ticket prowess. His crop is wide massed and exhibited some the worldly concern. Marital with deuce children and founded principally in California, Berberyan gives a abbreviated perceptivity into his originative process: "When I sketch, I do it loosely without intent or design. I sit and listen to music - Mozart, Verdi, Bach. I sketch on paper, not on the canvas, and then as it changes and takes shape, I will begin to work the canvas. Sometimes I like working on just one canvas, start to finish. It is a process... when I am all involved in it, time does not exist. Other times, my mood changes and so I move to another, and start a new painting. Later I can come back to it when the mood returns."

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