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Tehran

در این نمایشگاه مجموعه ای از 30 اثرنقاشیخط به نمایش در خواهد آمد که باتکنیک ترکیب مواد روی بوم خلق شده است ،

 در این آثار از خطوط نستعلیق،کرشمه و سفیر در قالبی مفهومی بهره گرفته شده است.

احمد آریا منش در سال 1347 در همدان چشم به جهان گشود.

او فارغ التحصیل انجمن خوشنویسان ایران در سال 1366 است.

آریا منش تاکنون ابداع خط کرشمه در نوروز 1371،ابداع و معرفی خط سفیر در سال 1385و حضور در بیش از 200 نمایشگاه گروهی و 10 نمایشگاه انفرادی در ایران،روسیه،امارات متحده عربی،الجزایر،قزاقستان،ازبکستان و ... را در کارنامه موفق هنری خود به ثبت رسانده است.

این هنرمند با بیش از بیست سال سابقه فعالیت حرفه‌ای در زمینه خوشنویسی و نقاشیخط ،

هم اکنون مدرس دانشگاه‌های هنر تهران است.

تألیف کتاب آموزشی خط نستعلیق تحت عنوان (هماهنگی و حسن همجواری در نستعلیق) ،

تألیف کتاب آموزش خط کرشمه در سال 1379 و تألیف کتاب آموزش خط سفیر در سال 1389

از جمله فعالیت های این هنرمند محسوب می شود.

این نمایشگاه دهمین نمایشگاه انفرادی او در داخل و خارج از کشورمحسوب می‌شود

وآخرین نمایشگاه انفرادی او پیش از این در امارات متحده عربی و درمحل سالن ایرانیان بوده است.

او از محضر استادانی چون: يدالله آذر پيرا، احمد تيموری، عبدالله فرادی، غلامحسين اميرخانی،

جليل رسولی، علی شيرازی، جواد بختياری بهره جسته است.

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