sadafkobari's Artworks

sadafkobari
Sadaf Kobari,  IRAN
Artist
Since

- Personal Statement
Nature, in the broad sense, involves the universe and the whole material world. Looking at the nature and feeling the calmness that lies behind it are the basis of my paintings. The nature that is forming in my mind. Human being as a part of nature finds that portion of his existence by seeking it and finally will be harmonized and coordinate with it. Change as one of the characteristics of nature is an interesting matter. Dealing with this subject may lead us to consider inside of mankind and self-recognition which determines how the behavior and attitude of humankind are, and in some way, self-knowledge. I use playing with colors, darkness and brightness, the methods of displaying nature and its changes in an abstract way to picture what I see and feel from nature and the material world.
- Education and Career
Maryam (Sadaf) Kobari was born in 1957 in Iran. She has been a professional architect since 1980. She began painting at a very young age when she was in high school. She practiced painting under the guidance of Faramarz Pilaram, Aydin Aghdashlou, and Ali Faramarzi. Since 2011, she has been continuing her practice in abstract paintings under Nosratollah Moslemian guidance. The main inspiration for her artworks is the glory of ever-changing nature. She turns her mindful vision of nature into abstract images, each focusing on a specific color spectrum and overlapping brush strokes. “Change” as a characteristic of nature is a very interesting subject that leads us towards self-recognition and self-awareness. Sadaf’s paintings are not simple reflective illustrations of nature, but they represent humans' footprints in nature formed by the repeated integration of monochromatic and two- dimensional geometric elements in her paintings. Education 1980- Master of Architecture from Iran University of Science & Technology Exhibitions Several Solo and Group Exhibitions
- Exhibitions and Prizes
- Personal Statement
Nature, in the broad sense, involves the universe and the whole material world. Looking at the nature and feeling the calmness that lies behind it are the basis of my paintings. The nature that is forming in my mind. Human being as a part of nature finds that portion of his existence by seeking it and finally will be harmonized and coordinate with it. Change as one of the characteristics of nature is an interesting matter. Dealing with this subject may lead us to consider inside of mankind and self-recognition which determines how the behavior and attitude of humankind are, and in some way, self-knowledge. I use playing with colors, darkness and brightness, the methods of displaying nature and its changes in an abstract way to picture what I see and feel from nature and the material world.
- Education and Career
Maryam (Sadaf) Kobari was born in 1957 in Iran. She has been a professional architect since 1980. She began painting at a very young age when she was in high school. She practiced painting under the guidance of Faramarz Pilaram, Aydin Aghdashlou, and Ali Faramarzi. Since 2011, she has been continuing her practice in abstract paintings under Nosratollah Moslemian guidance. The main inspiration for her artworks is the glory of ever-changing nature. She turns her mindful vision of nature into abstract images, each focusing on a specific color spectrum and overlapping brush strokes. “Change” as a characteristic of nature is a very interesting subject that leads us towards self-recognition and self-awareness. Sadaf’s paintings are not simple reflective illustrations of nature, but they represent humans' footprints in nature formed by the repeated integration of monochromatic and two- dimensional geometric elements in her paintings. Education 1980- Master of Architecture from Iran University of Science & Technology Exhibitions Several Solo and Group Exhibitions
- Exhibitions and Prizes
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  • Dancing Phantoms
    Painting - Acrylic on Canvas
    sadafkobari
    IRAN
    Original $300.00
    Prints from $50.90
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