Tbilisi Armenian painter Giorgi Manoyan’s personal exhibition opened in his native city on February 24.
The official opening brought together Bishop Vazgen Mirzakhanian, Primate of the Georgian Diocese of the Armenian Apostolic Church; Georgian President’s advisor, Van Bayburtyan; Armenian Embassy representative Artak Ghalachyan; painter Giovanni Vepkhvadze; collector Alexander Piradov; and many other art lovers.
Those who delivered remarks pointed to the intimacy of Manoyan’s work.
Giorgi Manoyan, whose paintings reproduce the color of Tbilisi, eternalizes the images of Armenian religious monuments in the Georgian capital.
The exhibition is open until March 2.