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Fly to the moon Print

Key Shov

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depicts birds whimsically and decoratively. The Golo morgh style originated in Iran and has been practiced for centuries. I use vibrant colors and intricate patterns to bring the birds to life in my painting. The background is often minimalistic, allowing the birds to be the main focus of the artwork. I pay close attention to the details of the birds, such as their feathers, beaks, and eyes, capturing their unique characteristics and expressions. I often incorporate flowers, leaves, and other natural elements to create a harmonious and nature-inspired scene. I also enjoy experimenting with different mediums, such as watercolors, acrylics, and gouache, to add depth and texture to the painting. Overall, my goal is to capture the beauty and playfulness of birds in a traditional and decorative style, drawing inspiration from the rich history of Golo morgh painting.

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Print:Giclee on Fine Art Paper

Size:8 W x 10 H x 0.1 D in

Size with Frame:13.25 W x 15.25 H x 1.2 D in

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Keyvan Shovir is an Iranian contemporary artist. He started his career in the early 2000s when graffiti emerged as an art form in Iran. Shovir's art is characterized by colorful and vibrant imagery, often depicting human figures and abstract forms. His works can be seen on walls, buildings, and other public spaces in Tehran and other cities in Iran. In addition to his graffiti works, Shovir also creates paintings and sculptures. His paintings often feature bold and expressive brushwork, while his sculptures explore themes of identity and social issues. Shovir's art is influenced by his experiences growing up in a country where graffiti was not widely accepted as an art form. He sees his art as a form of expression to challenge societal norms and expectations. Shovir has participated in numerous exhibitions and art events in Iran and internationally as a contemporary artist. His works have been featured in galleries and museums, showcasing the growing recognition of graffiti as a legitimate art form. Through his art, Keyvan Shovir aims to inspire and provoke thought among viewers by questioning social and political issues. He believes that art can be a powerful tool for change and hopes to contribute to the cultural transformation currently happening in Iran. Shovir's work has been well-received by the public and has garnered critical acclaim. He has received awards and recognition for his contributions to the art scene in Iran, and his works have been collected by art enthusiasts in Iran and abroad. As one of the pioneers of graffiti art in Iran, Keyvan Shovir continues to push the art form's boundaries and challenge the traditional notions of what art can be. His unique and vibrant style has made him a beloved figure in the Iranian art community, and his works continue to inspire and captivate audiences both locally and internationally.

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