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With the title "The Beginning", the author of this artwork seems to remind us of the beginning of life, humanity and sin, as well as of the beginning of a common struggle.  It is a well-known episode  when the first humans tasted the forbidden fruit, and with it the sin. Thus, as at the time, they are portrayed together also in this sculpture. Standing face-to-face on the forbidden fruit with a slight inclination, the heads and hands of the figures are moving gently conveying a feeling of regret, compassion, love and care. The author has tried to depict the fruit as  natural as possible in its volume, processed surface and patina. Adam and Eve look as if they were standing out from the millennial petroglyphs as a flashback to the early history of mankind.
With the title "The Beginning", the author of this artwork seems to remind us of the beginning of life, humanity and sin, as well as of the beginning of a common struggle.  It is a well-known episode  when the first humans tasted the forbidden fruit, and with it the sin. Thus, as at the time, they are portrayed together also in this sculpture. Standing face-to-face on the forbidden fruit with a slight inclination, the heads and hands of the figures are moving gently conveying a feeling of regret, compassion, love and care. The author has tried to depict the fruit as  natural as possible in its volume, processed surface and patina. Adam and Eve look as if they were standing out from the millennial petroglyphs as a flashback to the early history of mankind.
With the title "The Beginning", the author of this artwork seems to remind us of the beginning of life, humanity and sin, as well as of the beginning of a common struggle.  It is a well-known episode  when the first humans tasted the forbidden fruit, and with it the sin. Thus, as at the time, they are portrayed together also in this sculpture. Standing face-to-face on the forbidden fruit with a slight inclination, the heads and hands of the figures are moving gently conveying a feeling of regret, compassion, love and care. The author has tried to depict the fruit as  natural as possible in its volume, processed surface and patina. Adam and Eve look as if they were standing out from the millennial petroglyphs as a flashback to the early history of mankind.
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The Beginning Sculpture

Sargis Babayan

Armenia

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Size: 3.2 W x 14 H x 3.2 D in

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With the title "The Beginning", the author of this artwork seems to remind us of the beginning of life, humanity and sin, as well as of the beginning of a common struggle. It is a well-known episode when the first humans tasted the forbidden fruit, and with it the sin. Thus, as at the time, they are portrayed together also in this sculpture. Standing face-to-face on the forbidden fruit with a slight inclination, the heads and hands of the figures are moving gently conveying a feeling of regret, compassion, love and care. The author has tried to depict the fruit as natural as possible in its volume, processed surface and patina. Adam and Eve look as if they were standing out from the millennial petroglyphs as a flashback to the early history of mankind.

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Sculpture:Metal on Bronze

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:3.2 W x 14 H x 3.2 D in

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From 2016 Member of Artists’ Union of Armenia Participated in a variety of exhibitions, projects, events with awards including First Prize of the President of the Republic of Armenia, Artists’ Union of Armenia Awarded Best Sculptor in the exhibition-competition after Movses Georgisyan at the Artists’ Union of Armenia Best Sculptor, ''Stone Fairy Tale'' Mogilev, Belarus Best Diploma Work of the year, Ara Sargsyan Prize Awarded for aesthetic and expressive High Valency in the frame of an event held in Italy At the biennale held in Spain, my works were referenced by the critics as “reflex to Greek classics” Art-making is a God's gift that enables contact with Creation.

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