|Name in Armenian|| Արև Պետրոսյան|
|Education|| 1987-91 College of Fine Arts named after P. Terlemezyan|
|Profession|| Designer, Painter|
Arev Petrosyan is one of the leading Deco Art representatives of Armenia. She's known for her unique paintings on transparent organic glass for which she was chosen to create the stained-glass window "The Power of Unity" that was donated by the Armenian Presidency of the Council of Europe in October 2013 to the Chamber of Assembly of Palace de l'Europe to embellish the upper facade of the Assembly Chamber in Strasbourg. The official ceremony in Strasbourg was attended by the RA President Mr. Serzh Sargsyan.
In the foyer of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan, President of the Parliamentary Assembly of the council of Europe, Jean-Claude Mignon, CoE Secretary General Thorbjørn Jagland and Human Rights Commissioner Nils Muižnieks watched Arev Petrosyan’s trilogy titled “Love,” “Freedom” and “Consciousness” also symbolizing the power of unity. The pictures were gifted to Jean-Claude Mignon, Thorbjørn Jagland and Nils Muižnieks.
2013 Exhibition of triptych “Power of Unity” at the hall of the Ministerial Committee which was presented by president Serzh Sargsyan to Messrs. Jean-Claude Mignon,Thorbjorn Jagland, and Nils Muižnieks, Strasbourg. 2013 Council of Europe in Strasbourg - stained glass picture “Power of Unity” which will be put on display at the Assembly Hall. 2013 Exhibition in Belarus, Armenian days in Minsk 2012 Exhibition in Armenian Consulate, Los Angeles, USA 2012 Art Monaco exhibition in Armenian pavilion. 2012 Exhibition in National Gallery of Armenia “BOOK 500″ 2011 Project “Genocide 100″ 2011 Opening of “Arev Art” Show room in Moscow 2011 Exhibition in Beirut “Colors from Armenia” 2010 Exhibition in AUA 2010 Exhibition in Tbilisi, Armenian days in Georgia 2010 Exhibitions National Assembly of the Republic of Armenia, Yerevan 2010 Exhibition in American Embassy, Yerevan 2009 Exhibition & Presentation of Catalog and DVD “Reflection and Looking Through” 2008 “My golden city” dedicated to the 2790th anniversary of Yerevan, Union of Painters 2008 “Dedication” to the memory of my father, a famous sculptor Benik Petrosyan,National Gallery of Armenia /family exhibition/ Yerevan 2006 Exhibitions National Assembly of the Republic of Armenia, Yerevan 2005 AOKS, Yerevan, Armenia 2005 “My Flowers to the Martyrs” dedicated to the 90th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, Union of Painters, Yerevan 2001 United Nations office, Yerevan 1991 UNESCO student camps, Yerevan
2012 “Woman in Art” exhibition in Union of Painters, Yerevan 2012 Woman Business Forum 2012 Exhibition in Beirut 2008 The Third Beijing International Art Biennale, China 2008 75 Anniversary of the Union of Painters of Armenia, Union of Painters, Yerevan 2008 III- Forum of artistic and scientific clerisy of CIS countries, Tajikistan, Dushanbe 2007 “March 8th – International Women?s day” by the patronage of the First Lady of the Republic of Armenia, Yerevan. 2006 “Woman Painters of Armenia”, Hamazgain, Yerevan 2005 “Women?s Art” The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Armenia, Yerevan. 2002 “Women for peace” UNIFEM, Yerevan /was awarded a prize/ 1991-05 Numerous Republican exhibitions in Armenia 1997 CEO of “Benik Petrosyan” cultural fund.
1995-2007 Designed numerous television studios upon order of the Armenian National television Company as well asother agencies and television companies ? the second channel, “Kaym”, “Paradise”, “Yerkir Media”, “Sharm”, “Shant”, “Shoghakat”, “Internews”, “A1+”, “AR”. She designed the information pavilions of the Government of the Republic of Armenia, Ministry of Jurisdiction, and ?City FM? radio station. TV Commercials Aesthetic design of television movies “New Year”. Art director in the film ?Path /Director. Ruben Qochar/ USA-Armenia Stage design for concerts, staging, and different occasions. Interior
Since 1997 she's the CEO of “Benik Petrosyan” cultural fund. 2013 Included in the “Women in Art” volume 1 series of book (From Middle Ages To The Modern Art Era).