Impressed by women in Blue Burqa in Afghanistan, I created these Persian Princess in Afghanistan combined with my experiences, feelings, and thoughts in Afghanistan.
EXHIBITION | Persian Princess – Tehran, Iran
Ace Art Gallery
13th April to 4th May 2018
the Persian Princess in Iran
the Persian Princess came back home.
the Persian Princess in the Philippines
This series of Persian Princess was created during my stay in the Philippines, where you could enjoy great nature and pure life. I brought canvas, paints, and brushes with me during my traveling, and created these paintings anywhere, this made my travel more interesting and meaningful because this is how I connected to the place and create.
the Persian Princess in Life
This series of Persian Princess reflects my daily life in the Philippines. Making music, buying flowers, raining day, a delicious carrot cake, watching a new movie, talk to my boss, play with kids, these small things have inspired me to create these paintings, which made my daily life more beautiful.
the Persian Princess in Somewhere
I’d rather draw what I remember than what I saw. So I chose 10 special countries I have been to and painted the memory of those stories happened there. Until those moments became the memory, I realized how valuable they were.
the Persian Princes in Drama and Theatre
Theatre art is the combination of music, dance, painting, and literature, it’s the most beautiful art which I couldn’t stop loving. Painting the series of drama and theater is not a fast process, cause I need to read the play, watch the performance, choose which one and which scene to paint, and think about how to paint based on my standing.
I’d love to treat my life as a theater and play it as hard and splendid as I can.
the Persian Princess in Poetry
Plutarch said that ” Painting is silent poetry, and poetry is painting that speaks.”
Recently I just fell in love with poetry, so I created 10 pieces of Persian Princess portraits based on 10 of my favorite poems by 10 poets.
I COME, I EAT, I SLEEP, I DIE
I come, I eat, I sleep, I die.
This is how I spend my lifetime.