Aida Izadpanah Description
Iranian artist Aida Izadpanah possesses a widely diverse repertoire of media and styles, having worked for many years in acrylic, oil, mixed media, watercolor, photography, floral design, and porcelain painting. From a young age, Aida learned to paint on fine (china) porcelain by studying under internationally acclaimed experts, specializing in European styles as well as ethnic Persian motifs and modern designs.
Since moving to New York City in 2005, Aida has derived strong inspiration from the City’s particular spirit. A new trend in her painting reflects these qualities, which she finds emerging from inconspicuous microcosms. Walls comprises painted and mixed media renderings of photographs by the artist of corroded and decayed subway station pillars, a source of great creative energy for Aida. This series represents what she believes to be the beauty that exists in unexpected places and in unconventional methods.
She has exhibited in solo and group shows in New York and worldwide since 2005