On Friday, two painting exhibitions by Iranian artists opened at the Shirin Gallery in Tehran.
According to a gallery press release, “Colorful Universe” is the title of Amir Bakhtiar Sanjabi’s exhibition in which the artist presented his large abstract works.
The abstract paintings, acrylic on canvas, are demonstrations of the artist’s inner perception. “A lot of the paintings are the result of instant inspiration that I transferred to canvas,” a statement from Sanjabi said.
Born in Tehran, Sanjabi, 42, began learning different painting techniques under the tutelage of famous painter Idin Aghdashloo, including watercolor, oil, acrylic and gouache as well as pastel and pencil drawing. colored.
Although as a professional painter he has created many geometric drawings, sketches and paintings, the works on display are different and focus on his abstract productions.
The gallery’s other exhibit features artwork by 51-year-old Reza Hedayat, who with an abundance of color has created a colorful kingdom of animals, birds and humans that conveys a feeling of peace and quiet.
An art professor at the university, his works have appeared in several individual and group exhibitions.
The works of both artists are on display at the gallery, located at No.5, 13th St., Sanaee St., Karimkhan Zand Ave., until May 17.