Monthly Archives: November 2020

The Price of Peace.

Peace is ALWAYS something to be thankful for, and it ALWAYS comes at a price. Last night, Armenian PM Nikol Pashinyan, leader of the country’s Velvet Revolution which established democracy in 2018, and a man who himself fought for Artsakh … Continue reading

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The day I went to Shushi

Today in Nagorno-Karabakh, there is a terrible battle for Shushi. The city high on a mountain is of great strategic importance in the war between Armenians and Azerbaijan/Turkey. In 2019, I was fortunate to visit Shushi and learn a little … Continue reading

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November’s Art for Artsakh

USE this link to buy: Interested in providing humanitarian aid to the people of Armenia and Artsakh who have been bereaved, injured or displaced by the current war? All proceeds from Armenian landscapes sold here will be donated. Concerned … Continue reading

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