Journal Amirani. 2009. Volume 21

Symbols in Georgian Heraldic and medallion art

Author(s): Nathia Ugrelidze

The art which Lamara Quelidze created is quite unique but the Georgian art fraternity is till date quite unfamiliar with it. Any artist while creating medallions enacts the role of a psychologist because each feature of the medallion has to be able to narrate to the audience a story - and along with it reveal the state of mind of the artist who created it. This is one of a kind of an experiment and these medallions express a range of emotions with symbols, quite effectively. To be able to express accurately, all of the above, colors have been used quite effectively, and is obvious in the sample shown above. I have tried to explain these symbols’ with their specific aesthetic phenomenon.

Journal Amirani. 2010. Volume 22

Images of the horses in old Georgia and terms connected to the horse breeding in Georgian language

Author(s): Ketevan Ramishvili

სხვადასხვა ეპოქის მცირე პლასტიკის მრავალრიცხოვან ნიმუშებს შორის, რომლებიც უპირატესად ლითონისგანაა დამზადებული, მკვლევართა განსაკუთრებულ ყურადღებას იქცევს ცხენის ფიგურები თუ მისი გრაფიკული გამოსახულებები.

Journal Amirani. 2010. Volume 22

Primary sources of Georgian national dancing

Author(s): Larisa Chkheidze

In this article author describes the investigation of the primary sources of modern Georgian dance formations according to the archeological finding.

Journal Amirani. 2010. Volume 22

Theatrical term "dasi"

Author(s): Ivlita Lobzhanidze

The term "dasi", which expresses the concept of the creative team, is widely used in theatrical art today.

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