Mitra Kamali Fine Art

 

photograph by Szabo

September 2018

Live, art making with Mitra Kamali to promote awareness about Alzheimer’s Disease.  Mitra will feature some of her paintings. Please stop by and support us.

September 26th from 11am to 2pm                   October 4th and 5th from 11am – 3pm

 

Mitra Kamali Fine Art Gallery in Scottsdale, AZ

Green Eyes

 

Inspired by eyes are windows to the soul, it is a symbol of protection and security.  I have put subtle message of hope, happiness and choosing to be positive inside this painting to create a sanctuary for the viewer.

“Paris Blues” over the Eiffel Tower Size: 17 inch W: 17 inch D: 2 inch www.1340gallery.com Framed as if it is floating in dark space

Sad mine, after Paris bombing November 2015, same day I was traveling in Paris with a great friend to explore this exciting city of artists.

“Green Eyes” Signed prints available 11″ x 14″ $75.00

“Eiffel Tower” signed prints available 11″ x 14″ $75.00

 

 

 

While is the source of all colors rainbow. it is used to present mothers of the world as queens no matter what race, color religion, or social economical status.
Universal Mother Size: 20″ x 16″ x 1.5″ art enamel mixed media on canvas Saatchi Art online art gallery(Framed as if it is floating in dark space) While is the source of all colors rainbow. it is used to present mothers of the world as queens no matter what race, color religion, or social economical status.
Sacred Pear Size: 23″ x 18″ (framed) acrylic on canvas Juror’s Award Galleria, Mesa, Arizona Saatchi Art online art gallery surrealistic, humorous, storytelling to audience about origins of Adam and Eve.
Unmask my story
Unmask My Story Size: 6′ x 4′ Mixed media on canvas
Mitra Fine Art Gallery It’s a shield, a weapon, an identity, a cover, a friend, a hero, a role in the acting stage of life. It is borderless, religionless, genderless and goes above and beyond social economic status, free to everyone and used by all, OUR DAILY MASK!
Harlequin
Mime, body and soul (harlequin) Size: 48″ x 60″ X 1.5 in Mix media on canvas Mitra Fine Art Gallery White masked mime, puzzling hearts in the midst of Mardi Gras Carnival in New Orleans represent the mime’s truest desirers. In essence wearing a mask is not limited to mimes, clowns or harlequins. We all wear invisible masks throughout our lives for protection, to be accepted, to be beautiful, to be powerful, as a victim, or as a villain and so on.

 

 

 

 

 

 


Mate – saatchiart.com Painting 24 W x 30 H x 1 in

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