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Henna Art Gallery Mar 2014 Nazila Minbashi 01
Tehran

واژه هنر از ریشه پارسی کهن ( وهونییرویه) و به معنی توانایی نیک یا نیروی نیک و برتر است. از دوران کودکی با علاقه فراوان به هنرهای مختلف به ویژه طراحی، کوشیدم نیک ترین توانایی های خویش را در خلق آثار هنری جدید به کار بگیرم. سرانجام پس از سالها کار در مکتب اساتید و با ترکیب و تلفیق هنرهای مختلف در یک جا و مواد مختلف خصوصا اشیاء بلا استفاده خانگی و صنعتی مانند چوب، فلزهای مختلف، شیشه و چدن آثار هنری چندی را به نام میکس متریال ابداع کردم که در نمایشگاه های مختلف مورد استقبال هنر دوستان قرار گرفته است.

نازیلا مین باشی

نمایشگاه آثار " نازیلا مین باشی " اسفند 1392 گالری حنا

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