Iranian artist based in Melbourne. .Arrived in Australia, Wollongong NSW in February 2010, In 2011 I held my first solo exhibition and participated in a group exhibition with two of my paintings at Wollongong Old Courthouse. In 2014 submitted one of my paintings for Wynne Prize. moved to Melbourne in 2016 and where I presented a series of my paintings in Brunswick Street Gallery. In the past 12 years I had a chance of travelling around the world and lived in three different countries, This had a huge impact on my artistic perspective. I have developed a style, which is a combination of abstract, expressionism and surrealism. My interest is to magnify the hidden angles of a specific space or features of an object. This is mainly includes a dynamic to picture variation of shape, colour, light or movement of particular objects. Subjects are mostly originated from her memories and life experiences. The process involves with study and observations followed by an internal process and imagination. This might stay in back of her mind and comes to realisation when she has a story to tell. Colours are the most important elements of her works, especially yellow. It is somehow the soul of her paintings.
B.A Theatre (Stage and Set Design), Tehran University, Faculty of Fine Arts
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