Azita Ghafouri’s large-scale installation will be featured in the gallery space On the Wall. The artist is presenting four recent large paintings on silk and cotton surfaces that were created for this exhibition. The yellow and dark blue paint-marks stand out against the white background. The energetic brushstrokes invite the viewer to follow the gestures and imagine the journey.
Azita Ghafouri was born in Iran to Russian parents. She received her masters in urban planning and architecture from Tehran University. Ghafouri has balanced her professional work as an architect with her passion for painting for over four decades. She has exhibited her work widely throughout the United States and internationally. Exhibition highlights include: Azad Gallery in 1971, 1972, 1973; Takht-Jamshid Gallery in Tehran in 1975; Goethe Institute in 1976; Numpkin Gallery in San Diego in 1979; and the Museum of Balboa Park in San Diego in 1980.