The Gazette
The Gazette, May 2012
Art article in The Gazette, May 2012
Washinton Examiner
Washington Examiner, Dec. 2012
The Washington Examiner, December 2012.
Article in
Referenced in Wikipedia to Vian Shamounki Borchert's article about Roy Lichtenstein.
Although many sources, such as the Encyclopedia of Art, describe Whaam! and Drowning Girl as Lichtenstein's most famous works, artist Vian Shamounki Borchert believes it is this piece, calling it his Mona Lisa.
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Modern Luxury Magazine, 2012
Modern Luxury Magazine, 2012
Featured in the October, 2012 issue of "Modern Luxury"
NPR Art Beat, 2012
NPR's Art Beat, March. 2012
NPR’s ‘Art Beat’ With Sean Rameswaram, Mar. 26, 2012
Huffington Post, 2012
Huffington Post, March 2012
The Weekend Guide of the Huffington Post March, 2012.

Washington Post, 2012
Washington Post, 2012
The Washington Post featuring "Andy Warhol" by Vian Borchert.
Washington Post, Summer 2013
Washington Post, Summer 2013
The Washington Post featuring "Holy City" by Vian Borchert.
The Town Courier
The Town Courier, March 2011
Art article in The Town Courier, March 2011
Artists Speak, February 2011
Artists Speak, February 2011
Interview in Artists Speak, February 2011
Gaithersburg Patch, 2011
Gaithersburg Patch, 2011
The Gaithersburg Patch published an interview with Vian in the article Three Local Artists at Kentlands Mansion.
I want to create an intimate, deep and thought-provoking dialogue between the audience and the artwork. In simple words, my artwork has to speak on its own and grab the viewer’s attention in an intellectual way
Gaithersburg Patch, 2010
Gazette Net, 2011
Gaithersburg Patch, 2010
Gaithersburg Patch, Dec. 2010
"Most of her paintings are large in scale, and her mysteriously austere figures and portraits command a certain level of gravitas and inspire inquiry into the human psyche."
Gaithersburg Patch article, December 2010
Gaithersburg Patch, 2010
MC Insignt, Aug. 2007
"...I don't do sketches of how I want the end result to look. I like to surprise myself. I always tell my students that drawing is the basis of any good painting, but I don’t do my drawings in a sketchbook first. I use my brushes to sketch right on the canvas..."
Art article featured in MC Insight Magazine, 2007