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Sitar—26 x 18 in.

Sitar—26 x 18 in.

Call of the Namibian Dunes

Call of the Namibian Dunes—48 x 24 in.

Call of the Namibian Dunes—48 x 24 in.

Open Letter

Open Letter—36 x 24 in.

Open Letter—36 x 24 in.

Ochre Wall


Ochre Wall


Peace—36 x 24 in.

Peace—36 x 24 in.

“Rakel released white doves as a symbol of peace in Istanbul, Turkey, January 2007, upon the assassination of her husband, Hrant Dink. He was editor of the Turkish Armenian newspaper, Agos.”

Sep/Oct/Nov/DecAMAA News, Paramus, NJ.
AMAA 90th Anniversary Celebration and Annual Meeting Kick-Off: Together We Can Build Miracles Campaign.
“…A special painting by Mrs. Lucy Janjigian was also presented to Mrs. Dink…” View the article.

La Marche des Fantômes Book




La Marche des Fantomes
by H. Erdal Yalt

FEATURING: Fading Footsteps  from the Uprooted Series.

While travelling in an embassy car, Hayri gets into a traffic accident. The car hits a man, causing him to enter a coma. Hayri is also hospitalized with  More…

Published by, 2013; ISBN: 1304282112.
To purchase this book in French.


Glass Pieces

Glass Pieces—36 x 24 in.

Glass Pieces—36 x 24 in.

Journey to Resurrection


The 33 paintings in this series are the evolution of many years of Bible study and Lucy’s personal experiences
growing up in Jerusalem.

They depict Jesus’s final week on earth; Holy Week, starting with Washing of the Feet on Maunday Thursday,
through Crucifixion, and Resurrection.

This series is in the collection of Dar al-Kalima University for Arts and Culture, Bethlehem, Palestine.

A presentation of Journey to Resurrection is available in DVD format in eight languages; English, Arabic, Armenian, French, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, and Hindi.

Now, you can stream Journey to Resurrection on YouTube.

  • Comparative Washings
  • Sleeping Disciples
  • Agony in Gethsemane
  • Judas Questioning Viewer
  • Judas – The Identification
  • Judas – Moment of Betrayal
  • Two Faces of Judas
  • Peter – The Denial
  • Peter in Agony
  • The Rooster
  • Arches Reverberating
  • Mythical Tree
  • Crosses in Abstraction I
  • Crosses in Abstraction II
  • The Old Rugged Cross
  • Crown of Thorns
  • Shadow and the Substance
  • Light in the Mourning
  • Perplexed
  • Agonizing for Humanity
  • Tearing-of-the-Veil-I
  • Tearing-of-the-Veil-II
  • Tearing-of-the-Veil-III
  • Tearing-of-the-Veil-IV
  • Women to the Tomb
  • The Empty Tomb
  • Mary in the Garden
  • Glory of Crucifixion
  • Beyond the Empty Tomb
  • Serpents in the Wilderness
  • Salvation Through the Ark
  • Resurrection
  • Passages



The first 19 paintings depict the plight of the Armenian people who were victims of genocide by Ottoman Turks from 1915 to 1918. Most of those that survived were uprooted and forced to flee their homeland of Armenia.

The rest of the 13 paintings depict Universal Genocide because of man’s inhumanity to man.

Please scroll down for Lucy’s introduction to these paintings.

A presentation of Uprooted is available in DVD format in English and Armenian.

Now, you can stream Uprooted on YouTube.

  • Flames-of-Faith
  • Fading Footsteps
  • Desert March
  • Journey
  • A Drop of Water
  • River of No Return
  • Little-Child
  • Dispersion
  • Mirage
  • Transitions
  • Escape I
  • Escape II
  • Deliverance
  • Salvation Valley
  • The Cliff
  • Desolation
  • Hidden Child
  • Interim Security
  • Dreaming of Freedom
  • War and Peace
  • Barbed Children
  • Family
  • The Remnant
  • Voyage of Despair
  • Images
  • Broken Spirit
  • Refugees
  • Exiled
  • The Uprooted
  • Ravages of War
  • The Landing
  • Moment of Expulsion

“The 90th anniversary of the 1915 Armenian genocide by the Turks was commemorated by Armenians worldwide in memory of one and a half million massacred, and for the survivors who were sent on death marches from their homes in Turkey. It was the first genocide of the 20th century that became the blue print for Hitler’s holocaust.

This Turkish atrocity took place during WWI, when Turkey, an ally of Germany, undertook this ignominous act. Britain and France were too involved in the war to pay attention to reports by their envoys and missionaries. America ignored Ambassador Henry Morgenthau’s accounts of the carnage. The Young Turk government took advantage of the situation, and executed this genocide against the Armenians.

To this day, Turkey denies that the genocide occurred, despite overwhelming evidence. The massacres began on April 24, 1915, in Constantinople, when 250 Armenian leaders professors and clergy were rounded up and killed. Thousands of poor Armenians were murdered or deported into the desert.

Lucy’s sensitivity regarding the plight of the Uprooted, is a manifestation of her ethnic background, and the experiences of those close to her. Over the years she has heard personal accounts of these massacres, and has attempted to capture these stories and to express them in her art. Ghost like figures portrayed in dramatic colors, on large canvases, enable the viewer to ponder human suffering.

The artist intends these works to touch us intimately, in a visual statement on humanity’s will to endure. Because of Man’s inhumanity to man, many nations have suffered. These works communicate a universal plight, that of the Uprooted.
—Lucy Janjigian on the “Uprooted” Series, April 24, 2005.

Biblical Parallels


The 32 paintings that make up “Biblical Parallels” are the evolutionary result of many years of Bible study.

In these paintings, Lucy illuminates Biblical Parallels between the Old and the New Testaments.

This series is in the collection of Stony Point Conference Center, of the National Presbyterian Church in Stony Point, New York. It is the home of the Community of Living Traditions, a multifaith, residential community of Muslims, Jews and Christians who are committed to radical hospitality and the practice of social and environmental justice in the world.

A presentation of Biblical Parallels is available in DVD format in English.

Now, you can stream Biblical Parallels on YouTube.

  • Eucharistic / Passover
  • Tearing-of-the-Veil-I
  • Tearing-of-the-Veil-II
  • Tearing-of-the-Veil-III
  • Tearing-of-the-Veil-IV
  • Salvation Through the Ark
  • Sacrificial Lamb
  • Serpents in the Wilderness
  • Breath of God
  • Creation in the Round
  • Creation, Day 1: Light and Darkness
  • Creation, Day 2: Seas and Firmament
  • Creation, Day 2: Seas and Firmament Part 2
  • Creation, Day 4: Sun, Moon, and Stars
  • Creation, Day 3: Flora
  • Creation, Day 5: Fauna
  • Creation, Day 6: Creation of Eve
  • Saved Through the Waters
  • Saved From Fear
  • God Provides Sustenance: Manna
  • God Provides Sustenance: 5,000 Fed
  • The Shepherd: David
  • The Shepherd: Jesus
  • Jonah as a Sign of Resurrection
  • The Miracle
  • Pentecost
  • God Provides Living Water
  • Sacrifice Outside the City Wall
  • The Sale – Joseph
  • The Seller – Judas