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Colorful dreams
Watercolors by Mandana Dalaei-Khojasteh

March 17, 2000
The Iranian

Mandana Dalaei-Khojasteh is an Iranian-born, New York-based artist whose work features the dream of Persian gardens, vast meadows with colorful flowers along with different brilliant colors of Iranian tribeswomen's outfits and headscarves.

The inspiration for these works often originate from the themes and metaphores of Persian literature. Her works reflect the social and cultural contents of traditional Iranian life where the originality of dreams, thoughts and expression has made a unique multicultural nation.

Dalaei-Khojasteh graduated from the Fashion Institute of New York (FIT) with a majer in interior design. Several art gallery throughout the U.S., including Lawrence Gallery in New York City, have hosted her paintings since 1989.

Her most recent works were exhibited during The Year 2000 Medical Alumni Weekend - SUSMA on March 11-12, 2000 at Sheraton Crossroads Hotel & Towers, in Mahwah New Jersey. They reflected a genuine attempt to blend dreamy Persian elegence with Western contemporary motifs.

Dalaei-Khojasteh is currently a freelance artist as well as a design consultant to several major American firms.

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