Welcome to artPATH

Farshad Alamdari’s fine art website

My portrait and still-life paintings are inspired by a lifetime of artistic observation and a relentless commitment to discovering new creative possibilities.

 
Transcendance
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The paintings in the 'Transcendance' series explore and celebrate the power of creative endeavor to liberate the human spirit, lifting us beyond physical limitations and conventional boundaries to a higher level of consciousness and self-realization.

Transcendance I
Transcendance I

Commissioned Oil/canvas 60" x 72"

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Transcendance II
Transcendance II

Oil/canvas 60" x 72"

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Transcendance III
Transcendance III

Oil/canvas 36" x 72"

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Transcendance IV
Transcendance IV

Oil/canvas 36" x 72"

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Transcendance V
Transcendance V

Commissioned Oil/canvas 36" x 48"

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Transcendance VI
Transcendance VI

Oil/canvas 36" x 48"

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Women of Persia

The paintings in the 'Women of Persia' convey the often hidden yet subtly evident strength, resilience and progress embodied by Iranian women throughout Persian history.

Inspirational
Inspirational

Oil/Canvas 24”x36” Inspired by Queen Mandana (5th century BCE); the central character in legends describing the birth of Cyrus the Great.

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Compassionate
Compassionate

Oil/Canvas 24”x36” Inspired by Queen Cassandane (5th century BCE); a Persian noblewoman and the "dearly loved" wife of Cyrus the Great.

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Influential
Influential

Oil/Canvas 24”x36” Inspired by Atossa (5th century BCE); daughter of Cyrus the Great and Cassandane. Atossa played an important role in Achaemenid royal family. She married Darius the Great and gave birth to the next Achaemenian king, Xerxes I.

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Decisive
Decisive

Oil/Canvas 24”x36” Inspired by Admiral Artemis (4th century BCE); The first and the only Persian navy commander. She was assigned as the navy commander of Xerxes army and led the royal army in the Gerco-Persian wars.

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Courageous
Courageous

Oil/Canvas 24”x36” Inspired by Youtab (3rd century BCE); an army commander during the reign of Darius III.

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Enchanting
Enchanting

Oil/Canvas 30”x40” Inspired by Zenon (3rd century); a court dancer of King Ardeshir II.

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Driven
Driven

Oil/Canvas 24”x36” Inspired by Purandokht (6th century); one of only two women on the throne of the Sasanian Empire, and the first Empress of Persia.

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Noble
Noble

Oil/Canvas 24”x36” Inspired by Turandokht (6th century) ; a beautiful but cold-hearted princess, sister of Empress Purandokht and Empress Azarmidokht. She became an icon of nobility and stature.

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Fearless
Fearless

Oil/Canvas 30”x40” Inspired by Apranik Piran (6th century); Legendary Sassanid Army Commander of King Yazdgird III.

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Still life

Still-life paintings features simple but timeless objects with unique combination of texture and contrasts of light and color, surrounded by negative spaces.

SOLD
SOLD

Mix media on canvas 18"x24"

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SOLD
SOLD

Mix media on canvas 18"x24"

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Apple_I
Apple_I

Mix media on canvas 16"x20"

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Still+Life_A
Still+Life_A

Oil on Canvas 18" x 24"

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Still+Life_B
Still+Life_B

Oil on Canvas 18" x 24"

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Still+Life_C
Still+Life_C

Oil on Canvas 18" x 24"

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Still+Life_D
Still+Life_D

Oil on Canvas 18" x 24"

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Still+Life_E
Still+Life_E

Oil on Canvas 20" x 16"

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Still+Life_F
Still+Life_F

Oil on Canvas 18" x 24"

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About me
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I'm a Persian native and a lifelong observer of profound, beautiful subtleties. This penchant drew me to both architecture and painting.

 

I developed an interest in painting very early in life. I taught myself to drew and paint, reproducing works of Iranian, Dutch, English, and American masters.

As a young man, I relocated to England to further my education, where I earned a Ph.D. in Architecture and the Built Environment to pursue my professional aspirations. Even as I cultivated a rich and fulfilling professional career, my creative orientation and passion for painting remained strong.

Following my relocation to Seattle, I refocused my attention on artistic pursuits and now devote myself to painting full-time. For me, painting is an inspiring adventure that requires constant exploration, and demands both professional and personal growth.

 
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