Tag: Surreal

“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.

Drowns with me – Music Video

Drowns with me
by Farzad Golpayegani

From album “Seven” (2016)

Featuring Ali Sanaei on Bass Guitar

ARTisSpectrum magazine, Vol. 35

Farzad is featured at ARTisSpectrum magazine Vol. 35. An online version of the article is available at: http://artisspectrum.com/magazine/35/#51

Farzad’s profile at Agora Gallery website: http://www.agora-gallery.com/artistpage/Farzad_Golpayegani.aspx

Painting exhibition at Colorida Art Gallery in Lisbon, Portugal

Glad to announce my latest paintings will be on display on May 14 to 27, 2016 in a group exhibition at Colorida Art gallery in Lisbon, Portugal.

Many thanks to everyone at Colorida gallery for their effort.

Unfortunately I cannot participate the exhibition personally. I hope I get the chance to visit beautiful city of Lisbon in a close future!

-Farzad G
 
Colorida Art Gallery website: http://www.colorida.biz

 

golpayegani

 

Latest collection, Mix media Paintings

Farzad’s latest Paintings:

Gallery 11 (2015)

mix media on cardboard

* Artworks are for sale, Please Contact if interested in Purchase.

 

Painting Process of “104” by Farzad G

Painting Process of “104” by Farzad Golpayegani
2015 / Mixed Media on Paper / 55x85cm (21.5″x33.5″)

Music taken from “79” of Album “Five” (2011) by Farzad Golpayegani

This artwork is for sale, please contact me if you’re interested in purchase.

Painting Process of “103” by Farzad G

Painting Process of “103” by Farzad Golpayegani
2015 / Mixed Media on Paper / 55x85cm (21.5″x33.5″)

Music taken from “84” of Album “Five” (2011) by Farzad Golpayegani http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/farzadgolpayegani4

This artwork is for sale, please contact me if you’re interested in purchase.

A talk with Angelo Di Bello about Farzad’s Paintings

A talk with Angela Di Bello, Director of Agora Gallery about Farzad’s paintings at “Fragmented Reality” exhibition (Aug. 25 to Sep. 12 2015).

Agora Gallery’s August 27th Opening Reception

“A viewer of Farzad Golpayegani‘s untitled paintings will get a distinct sense of dreamy surrealism. “You don’t have logical boundaries within a dream,” says the artist. Even the strangest things can feel normal in this context, and that is the sense that Golpayegani imbues in his works..”

for the complete post please visit here.

Farzad’s first Painting Exhibition in New York, NY

header-0001

Join Farzad Golpayegani for his first Painting exhibition in NYC!

Opening Reception: Thursday, August 27, 2015, 6:00 to 8:00 pm

Agora Gallery
530 West 25th Street, New York, NY 10001
212.226.4151

“Fragmented Reality” exhibition will be held from August 25 to September 12, 2015

Gallery hours: Tue – Sat, 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Check out Farzad’s Profile at Agora Gallery’s website here.

92
92

Press release:

“Farzad Golpayegani’s entrancing work is at once dreamy and dark, whimsical and mysterious. Golpayegani creates extremely ornate compositions in charcoal, marker, and acrylic that explore the limits of line and texture. Though he fills his canvases with color, it sits lightly. Golpayegani is more concerned with how texture communicates: how it changes the direction of a plane, how it creates an interaction between background and foreground, and how it dazzles the eye. His work is almost mathematical in how it plays with these angles and intersections.

For his subject matter, Golpayegani focuses largely on the symbolic capacity of the human body. His figures are sinuous and come in every color; they are themselves marked with patterns and expressive line work that enhances and enriches their body language. Though his figures are often faceless, they say thousands of words.

Golpayegani was born in Tehran, Iran and lived in Turkey and California before settling in his present home of Albany, New York. In addition to his fine art, he is trained in graphic design and has released six albums of his own music.”