Sona Yeghiazaryan is one of the most versatile and prolific young contemporary artists. She was born in Armenia in the town of Armavir. Sona started drawing when she was two years old and had two personal exhibitions in pre-school. Later she continued her education in Fine Arts at the Hakob Kojoyan School and the Academy of Fine Arts in Yerevan, Armenia. She graduated Montclair State University with a Bachelor's degree in Art Education with a concentration in painting.
From 1992 until present Sona has had numerous exhibitions internationally including shows in Armenia, Belarus and USA. At the age of 16 she was chosen to participate in the International Young Artists festival in Minsk and exhibited at Art gallery of Marc Chagall, where one of her woks was selected for the gallery's permanent collection. In 2004 Sona was recognized as one of the winners of the 20th Annual Artist's Magazine Art Competition. In the US her work has been selected for shows at various well known venues such as the International Artexpo, George Segal Gallery at Montclair State University, Columbia University, Cooper Union, Pen & Brush in NYC as well as the Noyes Museum of Art. Sona's work has been selected for the official PR campaign of the 30th International Artexpo and has been published in the Avenue Magazine as well as the Hemispheres magazine of the United Airlines.
Aside from her love for painting Sona is also a talented vocalist. Since 2000 she has been a member of an acappella trio"The YY sisters" where she has been singing jazz and traditional Armenian songs with two of her younger sisters.