Lotus art gallery Presents SAM AN WOVEN ART COLLECTIONS exhibition in collaboration with local artists. This exhibition is the show of rare and unique tribal artifacts from Persia. Our opening night will take place on Fri. Oct 27, 2017 from 7 to 11 PM.
Here is the brief description of this exhibition:
· Featured artist: Saman Maleknia
· Show title: SAM AN WOVEN ART COLLECTIONS
· Date: Oct 27 – Nov 30, 2017
The summary of our important events:
Oct 27th is the opening:
- Presentation of Persian tribal Sofreh and Gilims from 7 different regions of Iran with different techniques of design and weaving.
- Sam Maleknia is the collector who would be available to greet personally with the handwoven enthusiasts.
-There are resident artist who present their paintings which are inspired by Persian woven arts.
- Lotus gallery/cafe is serving snacks, Persian pastries and beverages.
Complimentary tour with Sam, He would be talkingabout his deep passion in woven arts, similarities and differences between pile weaving and flat weaving, history of handmade rugs and Persian woven arts, inspirations behind tribal rugs andhis background in Architecture.
There would be other surprising events for the whole months of November that well be announced soon
And here is a brief description of the featured artist/collector of this exhibit:
‘Sam an Woven Art Collections’ demonstrates the deep passion I have for Persian handwoven arts which has accompanied me since being introduced to the richness of this heritage in my early childhood. Before attending architecture school, I started reading and learning about the history and tradition of Persian textiles. My growing interest led me to officially join the Heriz Persian Carpet institute where I acquired my practical knowledge back in Iran in 2001. After few years of studying Persian Flat and Pile weaving, I acquired my diploma with distinction from the vocational Persian Carpet institute in Iran.
In this exhibition, I would like to proudly present a selection, dear to my heart, of woven artwork which has been meticulously chosen and gathered over a period of several years in Iran'