UPDATE 10.2.20 @ 7:14PM ET: All 10 editions have been sold. Here is an update from our founder, Michael Aram.
"I am overwhelmed by the phenomenal response to our appeal in support of Armenia. The spirit, strength, and faith of our people continues to guide and inspire. Praying for peace and for the safety and well-being of our brothers and sisters." ~M.
NEW YORK, NY – MichaelAram.com announces it is donating 100% of proceeds to raise awareness and support for the Armenian people being impacted by the current conflict in Nagorno Karabagh.
Starting on Friday, October 2, MichaelAram.com will be selling 10 editions of 5 different sculptures and donating the proceeds to The Armenia Fund (www.armeniafund.org).
In addition to the funds raised, Michael and his family will match the proceeds, doubling the financial donation to this worthy cause.
“For the past several days Armenians in Nagorno Karabagh have been under military attack. Our family stands with the Armenian people and we hope for peace in the region to come quickly. To raise funds in support of those who are under siege I am donating 100% of the proceeds from the sale of ten sculptures. They are pieces which for me symbolize the spirit of Armenia and represent Hope, Peace, Strength, and New Beginnings,” Said Founder & CEO Michael Aram.
About Michael Aram
Michael Aram is an award-winning American Armenian artist who has dedicated his career to craft-based design. Inspired by a trip to India at age 25, he established a second home and workshop there, where he continues to draw creative inspiration. Although best known for his work in metal, Aram works across all materials with a focus on objects made by hand.
Trained as a painter, sculptor, and art historian, Aram has neatly applied his creative background to objects ranging from the fine and decorative arts to jewelry. His often lyrical work is inspired by nature, his biggest muse, as well as his love of the making process. Aram crafts pieces that have a personal connection to him and which speak to his love of symbolism, nature, narrative storytelling, and objects made by hand.
For more information about Michael Aram or this collection, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.michaelaram.com.