Flower Paintings at Sareban
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Flower Paintings at Sareban

Paintings of flowers and trees, created in the past three years by Reza Nosrati, are to be presented at the solo ‘Rose & Rust’ exhibition at Sareban Art Gallery in Tehran from November 24.
The works demonstrate the artist’s personal style and approach in nature painting. In a note on the exhibit, painter, essayist and art critic Mehdi Chitsazha, 44, says: “Flowers may be the simplest and at the same time hardest thing to paint.  A flower is the first example of beauty coming to mind and giving it as a gift can be the most convenient way to express one’s feelings. It also is frequently referred to in everyday conversations,” ISNA reported.
Nosrati, 36, is an associate member of Iran Painters Association based in Tehran. So far he has held 10 solo and 20 group exhibitions.
Sareban Gallery, located at No. 130, West Hoveyzeh St., N. Sohrevardi St., will host the exhibit for 10 days.


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