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Artist Sona Mirzaei At Seyhoun Gallery

LA based artist Sona Mirzaei explores the organic world of botany with a solo show of three dimensional works on canvas at Seyhoun Gallery in West Hollywood on Saturday, July 13th 2013.

Mirzaei says  the work is “ brought to life,” by incorporating organic materials such as the flowers, leaves, and branches. These are juxtaposed on an acrylic base, with oils, metal leafing, flora composites, in addition to other materials to help create texture and depth.

She says, “Ideologically this series is a step stoning of evolution within my bodies of work.  Flowers, nature, animals, etc. bring so much joy into our lives on a daily basis and I wanted to do a different variation on botanical themed art and not just make it two dimensional.”

Sona Mirzaei had an auspicious debut on the International art scene after two pieces from her collection were chosen as finalists for the 2009 London International Creative Competition. Her art has been showcased privately and publicly in exhibitions, hotels, TV shows, charity auctions and galleries globally.

Sona is currently working in abstract expressionism, oil on canvas, mixed media, pop art, street art, figurative, conceptual, 3Dimensional and public art. Diversity defines her work.

Sona’s forthcoming exhibitions.  Include  a show titled My Commandments in late Fall at Wallspace gallery. She will also be exhibiting at Art Basel in Miami in autumn. In addition to other commissions. She is also working on two elephants for Elephant Parade, an annual event.

The Seyhoun gallery show on July 13 features new works from her Botanical, Mixed Media 3D series - a total of 13 pieces. Seyhoun gallery was first established over nine years ago. The opening reception will be held from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm on Saturday, July 13th. Exhibition runs from July 6th - 20, 2013.

Seyhoun Gallery: 9007 Melrose Ave. between Robertson and Dohney - West Hollywood, CA 90069

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Written by Craig Stephens

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