Young Appetence

As a young artist, my palette and mind are constantly changing and readjusting. I think my subjects are simple; possibly multi-layered, but nothing overwhelming to confuse a viewer, only provoking them.  Generally, I pass through a concentration or focus of work where I dwell on one subject matter or one style of art making, and attempt to create a compilation of 3-5 pieces.  At a particular point, my mind and brush move on as I become bored with an idea relatively quickly and look to experiment with new ideas.  Yet the process of the art making always works the same.  I start with a source of inspiration, whether it be an old artist, old photographs, or nature as I perceive it.  Then I determine the best possible method to realize the idea, via materials, size, etc.  From that point, I begin to work and open my mind, and more often than not, I end up with something a little or a lot different than what I initially imagined.  But most of all, I try hard not to allow my own artistic stubbornness to dictate the image.  To learn more about the artist and view more work, please visit

Meet Iranian Singles

Iranian Singles

Recipient Of The Serena Shim Award

Serena Shim Award
Meet your Persian Love Today!
Meet your Persian Love Today!