Masha Keryan Armenian-American, b. 1995
Masha Keryan received her BFA from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston, MA in 2016. During her adolescent years, Keryan received academic art training while living in Post-Soviet Armenia (Yerevan) and continued to foster her love of painting by studying under various native artists. Throughout her apprenticeship, she learned the styles of classical drawing, watercolor and portraiture. This experience would soon come to shape her artistic style, instilling in her the strict, fundamental traditions of art.
Work by the artist has been recently featured in the virtual exhibition Whether We Like It, on Arloopa (2021), Alone Together, at Flowering Rock Gallery (2020), Shimmer, at Boston Center for the Arts (2020), Areacode Art Fair, Boston, MA (2020). Past large-scale projects include work commissioned by Dirty Water Dough in Boston, MA and by WeWork for their 31 St James Ave office.
Late Modern and Contemporary MastersGroup show featuring Shepard Fairey, Andy Warhol, Marc Quinn, Abdul Abdullah, Gully, Masha Keryan, Timmy Sneaks 9 Dec 2021 - 11 Jan 2022Pellas Gallery is pleased to present Late and Contemporary Masters, a group exhibition showcasing seven artists from both the primary and secondary markets. Featuring Artists: Shepard Fairey, Andy Warhol, Marc...
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