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Kourosh Amini
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  • Ranchos De Taos, New Mexico
  • United States
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Kourosh Amini posted a status
"This melody haunts my reverie"
Apr 12, 2020

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College / University
parsons school of design/Hunter/WNMU/WSU
Program / Degree
Graphic Design / Fine Arts
December 8, 2017
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If you're an artist, what kind of art do you make?
Painting, Photography
I am...
working on a type of work i call African Haida, a mixture of all early cultures with mostly African and Pacific Northwest Indian influences. I have been painting these images for a while now, and find that the work is constantly evolving. I am New Mexico resident aspiring to make a mark in the future of painting.
About my artwork
My work projects a mystic influence on its viewer, as i believe in the early stages of art this was the intent of art to begin with. I am seeking representation in other states besides New Mexico, I would like to be able to continue working on these works and have a very prolific career as an artist in the future
Artists I like
i like many to mention, but will try to mention a few...
All the early artists of all civilizations whom no records exist of who they were... in the modern and contemporary scene...
Andy Warhol, Jean Michel Basquiat, Baree, Vicente Esteban, to name a few in the modern era, in the contemporaries, I like the works of many artists residing in my small town named Silver City.
Painting is my primary interest...
What exhibitions are good at the moment?
The Natural History Museum in New York
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At 17:29 on March 22, 2008, Patricia Fernández Miranda (Pafermi)Patricia Fernández Miranda (Pafermi) said…
Un saludo,Kourosh Amini, tus trabajos desde el color y una aparente geometría, desde luego que reflejan las culturas antiguas.Muy agradables.
Gracias por aceptarme entre tus amigos.
At 22:47 on March 1, 2008, Kate Hendrickson said…
It sounds like you a very connected to ancient culture outside of this life time. An "old soul" perhaps?
At 21:44 on March 1, 2008, Kate Hendrickson said…
To answer your questions. The drawings are not large, either 11" x 8" or 14" x 11". Yes I am familiar with drypoint, my post graduate MFA) degree was in Printmaking. I am happy you liked what you saw.

By the way, took a look at your work and find it fascinating with the interlocking nature of the design and color.
At 17:51 on March 1, 2008, Pantea Rahmani said…
ba kamaal e meyl,
At 16:45 on March 1, 2008, Shahed. said…
thanks Kourosh ...
i appreciate it!i'm looking forward to seeing more works here...
At 19:13 on February 29, 2008, Francisco Rosado said…
Funny you like that one, i love it-- my brother did it when he was 7 on my studio--too bad they are not encouraging him to pursue it.
At 14:57 on February 29, 2008, artreview.com said…
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At 10:13 on February 29, 2008, elisa said…
thanks kourosh, yeah I had that in mind for a while as I also thought it was needed and could be very useful :) I hope it picks up!
At 4:08 on February 29, 2008, Kourosh Amini said…
thanks for the words of encouragement, i actually like painting the circular surfaces more because the edges are not there.
I liked your work to, I can see them on steel panels, I don't know why maybe because they have a translucency to them that would be unusual to see on steel plates.

it's good to create.


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