*My specialty is fine art photography. For me "Fine art" was created to give a sense of aesthetics, to communicate or to recreate thinking. This type of art was created for its aesthetic purposes rather than for its practicality. For me this type of art is a type of art that was created primarily to provide beauty and pleasure and not for commercial use. That's why fine art is known for its exhilarating, thought-provoking, and its life-giving.
In my opinion fine art does not need to follow normal rules and should just be in a way that the audience enjoys. It also does not need to be examined with artistic theories. In addition, not all people necessarily enjoy every piece of fine art in fact many contemporary artists are the creators of works that may seem undesirable under the rules of art and be attacked by critics. Fine art may even include works that cause anxiety in the audience, but still the criterion for measuring the success of fine art is the emotional response that arouses within the viewer.
*My second style is digital art, some artists use tools such as canvases and brushes to create works of art, but artists in the field of digital art do not need these tools. Digital artists use modern tools to express their creativity. Digital art is actually a work of art created with the help of technology tools or presented in digital contexts and that is the reason that I like this style as I can create something that comes from the mind and I was somewhat successful in presenting this art.
(A percentage of the profits from the sale of my artwork go to charity.)
I majored in Industrial Management and studied Art in the University Of Art in Iran to achieve my degree in Art.
I have had many smaller exihibitions however some of my major exhibtions were:
Private exhibition in 2005 at the Patens Gallery.
In 2015, I had an exhibition in Milad Tower.
In 2019, I had an exhibition at the House of Art.