NEWTON, Mass. (A.W.)—The Citizen’s Bank at 305 Walnut St. in Newtonville, Mass.—a spirited promoter of local talent—is presenting a photographic exhibition of lifelong Newton resident and artist, Karoun Charkoudian.
Charkoudian’s beautiful works capture the familiar landscapes of Newtonville and of western Massachusetts in a most fascinating composition of color and perspective that makes the ordinary everyday images quite extraordinary.
The exhibit also features an Armenian Church in Indian Orchards and elegant boxed notecards.
Charkoudian’s work will be on exhibit until June 22. For more insight on her philosophy and notes of her works, or to view more images, visit Ms. Charkoudian’s website (www.karouncharkoudian.com).
Citizen’s Bank has been supportive of programs sponsored by the Newton Pride Committee, an all-volunteer organization celebrating 20 years in 2009. It has also made a substantial financial contribution to the Heritage Festival, which will be held on Sunday afternoons in July at the Newton Center Green, on the corner of Beacon and Center Streets. The first of these events will feature Black Sea Salsa, founded by Armenian trumpeter, Dan Teager. More details will be provided soon on the Weekly’s calendar pages.