Create your own copper jewelry

Create your own copper jewelry image

Each piece of jewelry is handcrafted by Arman. (Photo by Karen Nersisyan, My Armenia Program)

BuduArt was founded by Arman and Margarita in 2008. These professional painters and jewelry makers seek inspiration not only from Dilijan's beautiful natural settings and swaying pine trees, but also other artists, such as painter Hovhannes Sharambeyan. Arman and Margarita are both graduates of the Yerevan State Academy of Fine Art. They founded BuduArt as a gallery combining a place for visitors to create unique works while enjoying the company of friends and a glass of wine.

Explore your creative side by making jewelry under the guidance of local artists Arman and Margarita at the BuduArt workshop and studio. For additional experiences at BuduArt, try designing your own batik scarf or creating a unique painting to take home. Enjoy tea and coffee while you work, with wine also available for purchase to further stimulate your creative side. Master classes last approximately two hours and are available for up to fifteen people. Guests may take their creations home with them as souvenirs.

Artist Arman Badeyan shapes a coil out of copper wire.

Photo by Karen Nersisyan, My Armenia Program

Arman shows visitors how to use the jewelry-making tools.

Photo by Karen Nersisyan, My Armenia Program

A selection of copper wire designs.

Photo by Karen Nersisyan, My Armenia Program

Jewelry made by Budu Art Studio.

Photo by Karen Nersisyan, My Armenia Program

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