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Tehran

اولین آقامالیان

متولد   تهران 1348

تجربیات هنری اولین اقامالیان طیف گسترده ای از نقاشی، مجسمه سازی، حکاکی، پیکر تراشی،  کار با فلزات را شامل می شود.

آقاز فعالیت های  هنری ایشان از سال 1984 در ایران، تایلند و چین بوده است.

سبک های هنری: کوبیسم، مدرن ، باتیک آفریقایی، فنگ شویی، ظن، بودیسم، ماندالاز و دات پینتینگ.

تکنیک: اکریلیک و رنگ روغن به صورت برجسته

کارهای اِولین در این نمایشگاه با الهام از فلسفه ی شرق دور و تفکر یوگا گرفته شده است و ماندالاهای کار شده  برای هفت چاکرای بدن طراحی شده که انرزی سلامتی و شادی را در بیننده ایجاد می کند. تمرکز و مدیتیشن در مقابله با انرزی های منفی نقش اساسی دارد. با نگاه کردن به این اثار به ارامش وتعادل  روح و روان میرسیم.

نمایشگاه " اِولین آقامالیان " اسفند 1391 در گالری هفت ثمر  http://www.artin360.com/Haft%20samar.htm

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