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Zahra, Original Acrylic Painting on Canvas (24" x 24"), Hand Signed with Letter of Authenticity Retail $3,000.00
Item #268118

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24 x 24


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This is an original acrylic painting on canvas by Zahra, hand signed by the artist. Includes Letter of Authenticity. Measures approx. 24" x 24" (image).

After studying art in Asia and Europe, Zahra emerged as the premiere Asian artist of the generation that followed the likes of Dove and Kandinsky. With an ability to combine nature and imagination in one exquisite image, Zahra’s work meets at the intersection of architecture, feelings, spatial analysis, and dreams. Zahra’s work can now be found in both public and private collections around the world and she has exhibited her work internationally as well. Currently residing in Atlanta, Georgia, Zahra says of her work: “I think of my paintings as unfinished inventories of fragments: objects, drawing, paintings, photographs, and other inventions. They are improvisational sites in which the constructed and the ready-made are used to question our making of the world through language and knowledge. My arrangements are schematic, inviting the view to move into a space of speculation. I rely on our desires for beauty and imagination.”

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