Ceramics and Watercolors (updated Fall 2019)

A former visual artist, Lola continues to participate in group shows.

GROUP EXHIBITS

2019 October – December,  Cleary Gottlieb law firm, group show.

2016 Fall, at CUNY, part of the Tribute to the Disappeared series

2008 Summer; two ceramics pieces in a group show at Lincoln Plaza, New York

2007 Fall; two watercolors in a group show at the Village Quill, TriBeCa, New York

2007 Fall; four ceramic pieces in a group show,Gallery Z, Providence, RI

2006 Tokyo NY Sister City Exhibit, Special 10th anniversary show, Nippon Gallery, New York

2004 Tokyo NY Sister City Exhibit, Nippon Gallery, New York

2004 Artist Ball at the Puck Building, SoHo, New York

2003 Artist Ball at the Puck Building, SoHo, New York

2002 Artist Ball at the Puck Building, SoHo, New York

2001 Artist Ball at the Puck Building, SoHo, New York

2000 Artist Ball at the Puck Building, SoHo, New York

1998 Artist Ball at the Puck Building, SoHo, New York

1997 Tokyo NY Sister City Exhibit, Nippon Gallery, New York

1997 Artist Ball at the Puck Building, SoHo, New York

1996 Artist Ball at the Puck Building, SoHo, New York

1996 Tokyo NY Sister City Exhibit, Nippon Gallery, New York

1995 Artist Ball at the Puck Building, SoHo, New York

1993 Group show at Armenian Diocese, New York

Student groups shows at Hunter College, CUNY

CERAMICS portfolios

2008 Ceramic Portfolio

2007 Ceramic Portfolio

2006 Ceramic Portfolio

2005 Ceramic Portfolio

2004 Ceramic Portfolio

The 2002-3 Ceramic Portfolio

AIWA artists (search under Pottery)


~ by Lola Koundakjian on November 17, 2019.

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