Lusine Saakyan Art

Artists’ creativity works in mysterious and paradoxical ways. Creative thinking is a stable defining characteristic in some personalities but it may change based on situation and context.  Lusine’s inspiration and ideas often arise seemingly out of nowhere and then fail to show up when needed.   For Lusine creative thinking requires emotional outbursts, imaginative journey and distinct from the thinking process.

Inspiration:  I find inspiration in life in its good and challenging days.  I find nature and universe in its entire glory inspiring.



About Me

My name is Lusine Saakyan and I moved to US with my family in 1991 from Yerevan, Armenia.  I grew up in Glendale, California.  I received my degree in Early Childhood from University of La Verne and have been working in the field assisting families and children for the past 20 plus years.  I have two boys and they are the greatest blessings in my life.  I love reading historical novels, dancing and I believe in law of attraction.  I genuinely believe that our every move is guided by the universe and people we meet on our path through life are no accidents.

2015 exhibition

How I started

Father of my children was diagnosed with cancer.  Facing many challenges I channeled my energy onto canvas.  Having no formal or prior education in art I  just allowed my inner voice and imaginative nature direct the brush into creating non realistic, stylized original fine paintings.  Painting helped me stay strong for myself, my children and my family.  I painted and healed myself and was able to be that strong foundation for people around me who depended on me. I picked up a brush on February 2015 and on November 1,2015 I had my first solo art exhibition with 42 original pieces.  I found my love of painting, express my creative and imaginative side and generate income to support my family.