Mitra Jashni-Artist art director of Mythra art gallery

Mitra Jashni-Artist art director of Mythra art gallery
Mitra Jashni MA in Art-Painting BA in Art- Painting Studied in Modern Middle East study Permanent Member of Iranian Painters Association Mitra Jashni (born ِ 16 December 1976) is an Iranian-Kurdish post-modern artist, a permanent member of Iranian Painters Association. She specializes in the mediums of painting, drawing, and sculpture. She is an art teacher, translator, author and singer of Iranian contemporary music. As of 2018, she had worked as an artist for more than 14 years in Iran, Canada, South America, and Europe. She was the founder of Visual Art and music institute in Tehran...
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The participated artists in The first international painting symposium

The participated artists in The first international painting symposium
15 artists could participated in the workshop step of the symposium in The Hague, The Netherlands at Mooof studio and 2 artists also participated from Iran, on line by Skype! 1. Abdinejad Yousef Iran, Hamedan                   2. Adilipour Narges Iran, Isfahan               3. Alborzkouh Samira Iran, Tehran               4. Allahkhani Karim Iran, Kerman     ...
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Mister Koushyar Parsi’s speech, Pulchri, 2018

Mister Koushyar Parsi’s speech, Pulchri, 2018
On June 16th, 2018, The exhibition "Putting color on the face of the world" has opened at Pulchri studio in The Hague by organizing Mythra art gallery. Mister Koushyar Parsi as an art consulate of the first international painting symposium on the subject of "Artist for interaction and artistic integration" had a speech in this case. The Persian text is available in the bellow and by clicking on the link, you can watch the video. Mythra gallery is thankful dear Mister Parsi. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XVaFH0pF49A&feature=youtu.be   گفتار برای نمایشگاه هنر در نگارخانه‌ی پولخری/لا...
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Call for artists

Call for artists
Putting color on the face of the world International painting symposium Artist for integration Netherlands June 2018   With over fifteen years of  experience as artist and art program coordinator in different countries, we found art in all its categories is one of the most effective and sincere ways to communicate about one’s own culture and to raise interest and curiosity in host societies about the background of migrants, the visitors, and guests from foreign countries. By inviting artists to this symposium, my team is giving an opportunity to all the talented and dedicated painte...
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Ladan Alavi

Ladan Alavi
 Ladan Alavi was born in 1960 in Tehran; Iran. She earned her Master’s degree in Art from the Art and Architecture faculty, As an official member of the Society of Painters (S.I.P), she has over 30 years experience in painting. Ladan received an honorary diploma from Azad University in the National Iranian Undergraduate Festival but she claims that although university and university professors play an important role in a student's education, the most important studio for them is the studio of life; life with all its ups and downs is what refines the artist's acquisitive soul. She has had a nu...
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Iraqi artist Othman Toma, Ice-Creams Paintings

Iraqi artist Othman Toma, Ice-Creams Paintings
Ice-Creams Paintings Iraqi artist Othman Toma creates these paintings using melted ice-creams.  If you look at his site he usually draws with pencils or paints with watercolours, these paintings are proof that you can produce art in a variety of unconventional ways.  There are some out there that say that these paintings, could not have been painted with the ice-creams, Othman says that, that is what he used as his paint, maybe next time he should do a time lapse video to prove them wrong. [via]
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How to be an Artist

How to be an Artist
This all started with my being asked one simple question-- "How do I survive as an artist?" I instantly realized that I had been challenged to put together all the major aspects of what being an artist in this day and age is about, and to combine them into one unified approach. In other words, my task was to figure out what has to be in place in your or any artist's creative life in order for you to not only survive, but also to thrive as an artist. Now of course your art comes first, we all know that, but this is not about what to make or how to make it; that's your business and yours ...
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collection of the greatest artists and their working places

collection of the greatest artists and their working places
Take a look at this collection of the greatest artists and their most intimate working places – their studios. I bet that you’ve seen lots of their works in museums and art history books, but the artist himself, and his studio, is often left unseen. All these photos are intentionally mixed up – you will find both very famous and somewhat less popular painters, sculptors, architects and even their Muses. Some of them are contemporary, but you will also find genius classical masters as well.   Ron Mueck Roy Lichtenstein PABLO PICASSO     Markus Lupert...
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TARASIEH WERLE – VAHDAT

TARASIEH  WERLE – VAHDAT
Born  in  Azarbaijan,  Iran Studies  in   Iran,  Austria,  Germany,  England,  Spain  Training  in  Art: 1982-1986    Central  University of  Ecuador,  Department  of  Art,  Quito 1987               California  College  of  Arts  and  Crafts,  Oakland,  Calif., Department  of  Glass 1988                Pilchuck  School  of  Glass,  Stanwood, Washington,  USA  Exhibitions: 1988      Galeria  Pomaire,  Quito 1989       Museum  for  Modern  Art,  Cuenca,  Ecuador 1990        Galeria  Najas, Quito;   Galeria  Artes  de  Fuego,  Quito;  National Art Competition  for  Sculpture  and...
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