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Painting and Drawing Exhibition at Start Los Angeles

Musician and visual artist Farzad Golpayegani will hold a painting and drawing exhibition in July 2024 at Start Los Angeles Gallery. His latest digital paintings and drawings, and his last acrylic on canvas collection will be on display at this event.

Date: July 28th and 29th, 2024

Hours: 11:00am to 9:00pm

Location: Start Los Angeles Gallery
2270 Venice Boulevard, LA 90006

 

Farzad Golpayegani is a US based visual art artist and musician. He has produced and released over nine music albums, has exhibited his painting and drawings since 1999, and simultaneously has built a career as an art director

Farzad Golpayegani on the Ethics and Impact of AI

“Visual artist and metal musician Farzad Golpayegani, best known for his epic guitar playing skills and works of surrealism, is unafraid to tackle the controversial topic of AI and how it could, should and does interact with the art world. In an interview with him, he shares his thoughts on the topic as a creative in the field.”

Find the interview here at Beautiful Bizarre Magazine.

Many thanks to Beautiful Bizarre Magazine and Samantha Dexter

Obey digital Painting

Process video of “Obey” digital painting. This artwork is based on a track with the same title from my last release album “Eight”.

Alike previous artwork, I have used Wacom Cintiq 13hd pen display in Adobe Photoshop, captured the videos by Snagit, and created the video in Adobe Premiere Pro.

Album “Eight” is available as physical CD and Digital format on all online music platforms.

Awake to dream, painting

“Awake to dream” is the 6th piece of the collection that I’m creating based on my seventh release (music album, “Seven”). I’m painting an artwork per each track of the album.

 

 

 

“Drowns with me” Painting

“Drowns with me” is the title of this artwork and also the first song of the recent album “Seven“. This painting was part of its music video which can be found here on YouTube.

This artwork is the largest painting that Farzad has ever created. Original file is 168480 px x 10800 px. It can be printed in 561.6″ x 36″ (14.26 m x 0.91 m) in 300 DPI.