Hari Arabyan.

Because glass can be formed or moulded into any shape, it has been traditionally used for vessels: bowls, vases, bottles, jars and drinking glasses. Many applications of silicate glasses derive from their optical transparency, giving rise to their primary use as window panes.

1959

Born on 19 January in the town of Bourgas.

1988

Monument of the victims of genocide over Armenian people, Bourgas. Participation in almost all Joint Exhibitions of Art organaized bythe Union of Bilgarian Artists.

1992

Graduated from the National Academyof Arts, Sofia, speciality: Sculpture led by prof. L.Prahov. – Member of the Union of Bulgarian Artists. – Participation in the autumn Festival I, Paris, France.

1993

Individual exhibition in KA Gallery, Bourgas.

1994

First award from the International symposium for posterand plastic art, Niegehasa, Hungary. – Individual exhibition in Janet Gallery, Plovdiv.

1996

Individual exhibition at Union of Bulgarian Craftsmen, Bourgas.

1998

Individual exhibition, Sofia. – Individual exhibition, Bourgas.

1999

Participation in international symposium of sculpture, Smolyan.

2000

Individual exhibition at the National Assembly, Sofia. – Individual exhibition in Badenweiler, Germany.

2001

Participation in the International symposium for poster and plastic art Niregehasa, Hungary. – Joint Exhibition in Germany embassy in Bulgaria.

2002

Joint Exhibition in National Museum in Nish, Serbia.

2003

Individual exhibition in „Irta“ Gallery, Bourgas, Bulgaria. – Individual exhibition in „Tedy“ Gallery, Varna, Bulgaria.

2004

Individual exhibition in “ Prolet“ Gallery, Bourgas, Bulgaria. – Monument from „the thankful Armenian people“ Sea Park Bourgas, Bulgaria. – Individual exhibition in „Apoliner“ Gallery, Plovdiv, Bulgaria. – Individual exhibition in National Art Gallery, Sofia, Bulgaria.

2006

Individual exhibition in „Snejana“Gallery, Sofia, Bulgaria. – Individual exhibition in Interpred Gallery, Sofia, Bulgaria.

2008

exhibition in „Gallery88“, Luxemburg together with Stoimen Stoilov, Graphics.

2010

Individual exhibition in “ Prolet“ Gallery, Bourgas, Bulgaria.

2011

Exhibition Gallery „Arte“ Sofia, Bulgaria, together with Sandro Arabyan, Photography.

2013

Exhibition in “ Prolet“ Gallery, Bourgas, Bulgaria.

2014

Exhibition Gallery „Arte“ Sofia, Bulgaria, together with Stoyan Tsanev, Painting.

2015

Exhibition Gallery “A&G Art Meeting” Varna, Bulgaria, together with Sandro Arabyan, Photography.