Propeller Member since 2022
Aryan Ghaemmaghami is a Canadian, Iranian scientist and artist with aptitude to draw lines between her personal impression of what she observed during her education in science, into colours. Her abstract expressionism and figurative artworks display distinctive vivid colours and lines which reflect an expression of human genetic core.Growing up in a family of artists, musicians and cultivated family was a privilege for her to augment her experience out of the box of scientific reasons and bring those ideas on canvas.
After being exposed to so many cultures, especially French enthusiasts, it had a great impact on her thoughts about art. Upon moving to Canada, another turning point was letting go of all the concerns as an artist creating in a tumultuous country and being close to nature of things and things in nature.
After showing her artworks in the city of her origin, she has attended many juried group shows in Canada and was appraised by so many great artists at the most prestigious artist run gallery in Toronto, Canada since 2016. Her artworks have also attended many auctions, fundraisers and charities in Canada.
On top of all those achievements, she later decided to launch her own company for design to excel in her abilities of creating stylish spaces, adding her impeccable artistic vision into living an artsy lifestyle surrounded by beautiful arts.
The inspiration behind the artwork I produce comes from my background in genetics. During my study at the university I was always blown away by colours, shapes and lines that I was witnessing emerge in the labs. This is where the story of my art life began.
I decided to bring all my experiences into art by drawing lines between the aesthetic part of what was happening in the human genomes and cells. These pieces of art provoked excitement and sceneries that were visually unique to appreciate. I decided to use these movements, motifs and colours as my promoter to bring my ideas to canvas.
To achieve my visions, I decided to add some realistic elements to my paintings so I used uncommon materials to give my artworks more dimensions, making them bold. I applied that idea and it became my style and signature ever since.
When I started to paint professionally, I felt it would be great to show human silhouette, figure and portrait in my artworks to add more pensive value to them. So, I took lessons with masters in that field and I started to bring those figurative sketches forward as well into my latest works.