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Hug Painting

Arian Nowbahari

Norway

Painting, Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 15.7 W x 19.7 H x 0.7 D in

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We decided to hug each other. But Earth disagreed. So the faces became lines. The arms and legs surfaces. And of that hug only muscle tension remained. How many hugs like this can someone remember? Probably just one. But if Earth disagreed, expect your mind to forget it soon.

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

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Size:15.7 W x 19.7 H x 0.7 D in

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Arian Nowbahari is an italian painter, film director, and electronic engineer based in Oslo, Norway. He was born in Sassari, Italy, on February 24th 1995. Nowbahari's painting research centers on observing the outer world, feeling inner worlds, and portraying the connection between these dimensions. He views painting as an introspective tool akin to a camera, emphasizing the process over the final product. For Nowbahari, the act of painting itself conveys a message, offering a glimpse into the artist's emotional depths. From the observer's perspective, a painting acts as a catalyst for personal reflection, with the viewer's experiences shaping interpretation. Nowbahari's style blends neo-expressionism with abstract and minimalist elements, often employing contrasting colors and a mix of figurative and symbolic imagery. Influenced by artists like Georgia O'Keeffe and Pablo Picasso, philosophers Friedrich Nietzsche and Emil Cioran, and poets Pablo Neruda and Charles Baudelaire, his work explores themes of melancholy, femininity, nature, and existentialism. Currently, he delves into the nuances of emotions often avoided, seeking to evoke a profound sense of aliveness in his art. As a film director, he led several productions such as ‘In the Tank’ (Norway, 2022), ‘Wille zur Macht’ (Italy, 2022), and ‘When the Tea Gets Cold’ (USA, 2023). His skill in directing has garnered acclaim worldwide, with over 24 awards and 18 official selections across diverse countries including the USA, Austria, Australia, Argentina, Canada, UAE, India, Italy, Sweden, Norway, Netherlands, Spain, and Turkey. www.ariannowbahari.com

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