Opening of Exhibition: 30th November 2023
Exhibition running until 30th March 2024
Solo Exhibition by visual Iranian artist Mina Banihashemi, Opening Next Thursday 30th November 2023 5pm GMT
Capturing the Essence of Mother Nature: A Masterpiece Unveiled
In a world inundated with technology and urbanization, Pepney Gallery proudly presents a breathtaking Solo Exhibition that serves as a poignant reminder of the beauty and fragility of Mother Nature. The Solo Exhibition, titled “Mother Nature” is a testament to the importance of preserving and cherishing our natural environment.
We would like to introduce ‘Mother Nature’, a Solo Exhibition by visual Iranian artist Mina Banihashemi.
Created by the talented Mina Banihashemi, the exhibition is a visual symphony that encapsulates the essence of Mother Nature in all her glory. From the vibrant hues of a sunset over a pristine landscape to the intricate details of flora and fauna, every stroke on the canvas tells a story of interconnectedness and symbiosis.
Mina Banihashemi, In a world that often moves at a relentless pace, she creates artworks that invites viewers to pause and reflect on the unparalleled beauty that surrounds us. The intricate details in the paintings are meant to convey the delicate balance of ecosystems and the harmony that exists in the natural world.
The unveiling of “Mother Nature" exhibition comes at a crucial juncture when environmental consciousness is more crucial than ever. Pepney Gallery recognizes the importance of raising awareness about environmental issues and believes in the power of art to evoke emotions and spark meaningful conversations.
The paintings will be showcased online on our website www.pepneygallery.com and streamed on our social media pages Live, opening next Thursday 30th November, allowing art enthusiasts and environmental advocates alike to experience the profound impact of the artwork. The exhibition will run from 30th November, and well into the new year for a few months providing ample time for visitors to immerse themselves in the vibrant celebration of Mother Nature.
"Mother Nature" serves as a powerful reminder that we are all stewards of the Earth, entrusted with the responsibility to safeguard and preserve its beauty. Pepney Gallery invites the community to join us in this celebration of Mother Nature's magnificence and to contemplate the role each of us plays in ensuring a sustainable and harmonious coexistence with the natural world.
Visual Iranian Artist, Mina Banihashemi was born on 16 June 1984. She specialises in Graphic, Visual Arts and her art investigation started at the age of 22. Her background and experience includes; Executing collective interior exhibitions in well-known Tehran galleries (as a curator), Teaching theoretical and practical art courses in the School of Arts and University. She was the Caricature secretary of Shamseh conference in Tehran. She worked as a Graphic designer in several countries. Publications and Press with TV, newspapers, and websites include ‘Exhibition Art Criticism in Nogara monthly magazine.
She participated in Saint Petersburg Academy in Italy and also in Art Fair Istanbul, 2021. She finished her studies in Associates Graphic and Bachelor of Visual Arts with top marks and Master of Art Investigations in science and Culture University. She was a member of the National Organization for Development of Exceptional Talents at Alzahra University in a master course. Exhibitions include; The collective exhibition in Arte Design, Tehran, The collective exhibition in the Museum of Qasr Prison, Art fair exhibition, Istanbul, Saint Petersburg Academy exhibition, Italy and The collective exhibition in Sa’adatabad Complex.
In Mina’s words, “Mother Nature, the goddess of the earth, lives among us. On the cliffs and in the forest, she protects us and shapes the earth. She gives you strength with each word, opens your arms, she lifts you up and your soul soar with her breath. Feel her heart, it beats in your existence and life follows her eternal .pulse My Mother Nature collection with the acrylic technique on canvas upsets the balance in fanciful way, inspired by nature and the characteristics of a woman as a mother, and the power, beauty and birth, and also shows nature with a world beyond reality and abstract colour richness and caresses the tired soul of .the audience It is always necessary for me to manipulate nature in order to put a deep and stable melody in the mind of the audience by creating the illusion of vision! I do believe this is enough.”
Mina Banihashemi's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mina.hashemi.sh/
Invite painting images by Mina Banihashemi