Felix Eghiazarian was born on August 16, 1947, in Yerevan, Armenia. Since childhood he has liked most of all to paint, and this influenced his decision to become a painter. He received classical academic education.
During his years in secondary school, he attended a drawing studio at the Pioneers' House. He also learned to play the piano.
He entered Yerevan Art College a the age of fourteen. He learned to paint classical plaster moulds and studied nude models. During college he idolized the painters of Italian Renaissance, particularly Leonardo da Vinci whom he admires till now. Later he got interested in the Golden Age of Dutch Painting. In the last years of college he got acquainted with impressionism and other trends of art in the end of the nineteenth and the beginning of twentieth century.
He graduated college in 1965 and entered the Yerevan Fine Arts Institute. He got married when he was still a student and has one son and two daughters. At the institute he had the opportunity to bet4ter familiarize himself with the twentieth-century world art. Medieval Armenian miniatures influenced the formation of his artistic views.
Since 1970 he has regularly participated in exhibits organized in the Republic. He was awarded a medal for the best painting of the year (1986). He also participated in All-Union exhibits in Moscow, and since 1974 has been a member of the USSR Union of Artists. He took part in the exhibits abroad organized by the Union (Chechoslovakia, Hungary, and Mongolia).
For a long time he taught painting and drawing at the Architectural Institute. He worked as chief scene-painter in the Yerevan Chamber Theater. During his rather long artistic activity he went through frequent changes of style in search of his own ways of expression, which he considers to be natural.
His first personal exhibition was organized in Aleppo, Syria, in 1989. He has held ten personal exhibits in different cities of Europe and the United States.
Felix Eghiazarian's works are found in numerous private collections all over the world as well as museums such as The Museum of the Peoples of the East (Moscow), in Vatican, in the Museum of St. Lazzaro Island (Venice) and the exhibition funds in Moscow.