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Tehran
فضاهای تجریدی از طبیعت با آوای مبهمش در ذهنم نقش بسته اند؛ چیزی مثل عبور رقص وار علفها از میان انبوه برگ ها  بر پهنه ی زمینِ خشک یا نمناک . هیاهویی که در زمان عبور از کنار آن، سکوت  را می شکند . با صدای حروف و خطوط ذهنی ام آمیخته می شوند تا نشان دهنده ی آوای نهفته در کنار خطوط رقصان باشند . حروف برای صدا و خط برای آوا در هم می آمیزد تا خالق تصاویر باشند. خطوطی که آوای طبیعت است  و می خواهم فراتر از قاب من باشند.
مریم قنبریان ،پاییز 1392
Abstract spaces of nature with its humming sound¬¬¬ are engraved in my mind; something like grasses dancing movement amongst the mass of leaves on dry or wet land. The donnybrook when passing by it, breaks silence. They mixed with the voice of my Subjective Letters and lines to represent hidden voice beside the dancing lines. Letters for the the sound and Line for the resonance Interweaves to create subjective images. The lines that shows resonance of nature and I want them to be beyond my frame.
Maryam Ghanbarian, 2013

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