Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Young Artist Paints for Mesopotamian Night Art Auction

Briteal Varda has sent us two of her paintings to be auctioned off at Mesopotamian Night 2010. Briteal was born in the 2002 from Assyrian Parents Sargon and Maureen Varda in Modesto California. She started taking art lessons at the art workshops offered by Juliet Moradian at the Assyrian American Civic club of Turlock in 2008. Briteal is still taking art classes with Juliet Moradian, but at a different location in Turlock: The Eclectic Charm 300 E. down town.

She is donating her latest work of art to the silent auction of the Mesopotamian Night 2010. She has enjoyed exhibiting her art work and is looking forward to continue painting. The exhibitions and the sales have been not only motivating for her but a proof to what wonders talents can do if they are given the opportunity. She loves it.

Artist: Briteal Varda
Title: Yummy Watermelon and Cherries
Media: Acrylic on canvas, 16"x 20"



Artist: Briteal Varda
Title: Lets have watermelon, tomatoes and lemons
Media: Acrylic on canvas, 16"x 20"



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