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Asya Haroutunian is Swiss-Armenian self-taught painter, who was born in 1980 Yerevan, Armenia. Asya graduated from Webster University Geneva, Switzerland with an Outstanding MBA Student Award and has over 18 years of experience in Corporate Finance. In 2016 she started painting as a hobby, but very soon painting became an integral part of her life. In 2020 she had her first solo exhibition “Reflections”, which she dedicated to her late mum's 70th anniversary. During the second lockdown, she began a series of acrylic pouring paintings. The acrylic pouring technique has a lot of mystery in it. The process from the moment of pouring till the paint gets dry resembles “Wonderland”, one sees the transformation which to some extent is out of his/her control.

Exhibitions: 2018 - "Armenian Art & Wine in Arth", Arth, Switzerland 2019 - "Armenian Art" under the high patronage of Armenian Embassy in Switzerland, Zug, Switzerland 2020 - first solo exhibition "Reflection", Arts Crossroad Gallery, Zurich, Switzerland 2021 - Online Solo Exhibition "Wonderland" 2021 - July: Group Exhibition "Soul of Silence" Zug, Switzerland 2021 - August: Swiss Art Expo 2021, Zurich, Switzerland

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Colorful Dandelions

Allowing to put colors in the form of puddles, pools, and marble-like patterns, the acrylic pouring technique results in blemish-free and even artworks that fascinate with fantastic gradients and blends.


NP Niceper Planet

Imagine a planet somewhere in our Galaxy  that is inhabited by nice persons. Not necessarily nice people, because they are not human,  but nice persons, or Nicepers. Because that is what the inhabitants of this planet are called. Nicepers are more evolved than humans, because they have left their primordial insticts behind.

Nicepers do not go to war with eachother. They do not engage in petty arguments. Instead they all share a common vision of their existence which is simply to make life as easy and pleasant for one another as possible. Sounds great, doesn't it? What if all people on earth would behave like this? What if our main purpose was to first look after our fellow men and women, and be concerned about their happiness? This is the imaginary planet called NiceperPlanet, and this project aims to get us there...a little step at a time.