With The New Era
The Third Millennium
first paintings of human beings were drawn on the walls
of caves and the visit to these necessitated long journeys.
In the past centuries, ceiling and walls of temples, palaces
and ornamental utensils replaced the walls of caves until
when the surfaces and transportable canvasses were made
available to artists, although the best of these works
are mostly hung on the walls of museums and art galleries.
In recent decades along with the latest developments of
science and technology, particularly the computer science
it is evident that the canvass which was the original
tool of the artist, slowly existed from this field and
the new works no more posses substance and volume and
can, with a speed, like imagination and thinking be made
available to every one. So nowadays the human being, can
communicate with his fellow beings and perhaps other creatures
in a distant cave with the help of a small equipment.
also, tried to create new works, of course not on canvass
and paper, although at any time that I wish, can give
them substance size, color and changeable shapes like
pictures (images) of clouds exposed to the wind in the
sky and place them at the disposal of the applicant in
the form of a painting according to their request.
works can be seen through out the world at the twinkling
of an eye and the addressees in turn, can view them in
different shapes and sizes of their own choices. With
the help of computer software, they can be exhibited on
wide electronic screens and with the help of moving and
changing their shapes, different pictures and atmospheres
(space) can be made visible with the participation of
the viewers. In my opinion, these works more or less look
lie an aquarium full of beautiful colored fish which move
very quietly and give a relaxing effect and they even
can be used in doctor's waiting room.
subject matter of these works, possibility of their varied
and speedy presentation are compatible with the new era
the third millennium.
another point: I do not know how what ever has appeared
has acquired evident similarities with the artistic works
of my country, which I love. Finding of carpet, gelim,
gabbeb, textiles and tiles designs in these are not that
offer my gratitude to God, who gave the strength to offer
my thanks to the boundless blessings.
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