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Mostafa Heravi

Born in 1974 in Mashhad, Mostafa Heravi was raisied in a conservativereligious family who from early childhood encouraged him to take up drawing, reading the Quran, and calligraphy. Heravi pursued painting in the presence of a number of master artists, including Hosseintalebi and Amir Khajehamiri. He received a degree in Fine Arts from the Gerrit Rietveld Academie of Amsterdam. From 2006 to 2010, Heravi worked at the Radio Zamaneh ...

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Can You Spot the Nude Models Camouflaged in These Landscapes?

Art is a diverse range of human activities in creating visual, auditory or performing artifacts (artworks), expressing the author’s imaginative or technical skill, intended to be appreciated for their beauty or emotional power.In their most general form these activities include the production of works of art, the criticism of art, the study of the history of art, and the aesthetic ...

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Paint with Fingerprint by IRIS SCOTT

IRIS SCOTT FINE ART,New York artist Iris Scott (b. 1984) paints vivid oil paintings with just her fingertips. And where artists normally mix colors on a palette, Scott takes a different approach altogether: she purchases every tube of pigment Holbein makes. A hundred plus tubes are at arm’s length as Scott rapidly switches between colors. Having traded in brushes for ...

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Human Bodies Art with Cecelia Webber

Cecelia Webber uses the human body to construct intricate tessellations that represent the natural world. Her art implicates the viewer in its form, evoking our complex relationship with our bodies and nature. Her art has been featured around the world.Born in a small town, Cecelia spent much of her childhood outdoors. Her deep appreciation for nature, along with her scientific ...

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Mirror Installations on Deserts and Pathways in Iran

It is the ultimate mirage in the desert. At first glance, the mirrored circles, partially covered in the golden sand, appear to be small ponds. Only after a moment do we realize that it is actually the sky, reflected across the dunes One of the first uses of mirrors in architecture was in Persepolis, Persia at the Tachara Palace. Glossy ...

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