Margarita was born in 1985, she was a fourth-year student when her first personal exhibition - a collection of bronze sculptures- opened in 2006. She then went on to show her works in a variety of group exhibitions. In 2010, Margarita’s sculpture “Prince and princes” won the second prize in the exhibition contest dedicatedto St. Sargis church holiday. Today Margarita Matulian’s name is widely popular. She has also gained some notoriety abroad. Guestsfrom diferent countries have purchased many of her works.
“I love the work I do,” she confesses “I could not make sculptures without the passion I have for it. This is a particularly difficult professionfor women and it’s quite physically demanding”. “Each on of my works is dear to me. I love them all,even if I love some more than others. When I start sculpting a new work, I try to isolate myself from the previous works, I don’t want my love for any of the previous ones to disturb or afect thecreation of a new work”.
Margarita creates her sculptures from bronze, copper and even copper.
- Beirut Art Fair - 2018 in Seaside Arena / Beirut / Lebanon
- Paper Statues - 2010 in Academia Gallery / Yerevan / Armenia
- Exhibition of bronze statues - 2006 in Albert and Tov Boyajian Gallery / Yerevan / Armenia