Armenian Coffee

Armenian Coffee

Whoever knows me, know my obsession with coffee. Armenian coffee is no exception. I drink American coffee, (I grind the beans and use the pour over method) in the morning and have my Armenian coffee around 3:00 pm. So I wanted to share how Armenian coffee is prepared...
Sketch of Silva Kaputikyan

Sketch of Silva Kaputikyan

A sketch from last night created with watercolors, colored pencils, dip pen and ink and brush tip markers of one of my favorite poets, Silva Kaputikyan (1/20/1919 -8/252006) She was an Armenian poet and political activist. One of the best-known Armenian writers of the...
April 24th March

April 24th March

I woke up thinking about our ancestors and the march of death they were forced to take in 1915. I was thinking about how because that wound is so deep, we never have stopped marching since. We have come a long way. Those skeletons have turned into living, thriving...
Sketch of a young Tiridates the Great

Sketch of a young Tiridates the Great

Doing some historical research. I’m intrigued by ancient royalty.Did a quick sketch of a young Tiridates the Great (Medzn Drtad). His wife was Queen Ashkhen and they were the first Christian King and Queen in the world! They reigned between 287-330 AD and accepted...