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Shirin Art Gallery Feb 2013 Maryam Heidarzadeh 01


مریم حیدرزاده متولد 29 آبان 1356 

  تهران 20 November 1977  

فارغ التحصیل رشته حقوق قضایی دانشگاه تهران 

فرزند اول خانواده و دارای 2 خواهر به نام های نرجس و مرضیه 

از 8 سالگی فعالیت خود را در زمینه ی شعر و ترانه آغاز نمود و تا سال 1389 در مقام نویسنده ،  شاعر و ترانه سرا 10 کتاب از او منتشر شده است .

به دلیل علاقه شدیدش به نقاشی از سال 1389 کار با آبرنگ را زیر نظر استاد قاسمی زاده آغاز نمود و این ( پس از آن همه حسرت ) دومین نمایشگاه انفرادی اوست.


از کودکی حسرت نقاشی آن هم با آبرنگ با من قد کشید و بزرگ شد و هر گاه مجری برنامه کودک تلوزیون نقاشی های بچه ها را با ذکر نامشان نشان می داد صدای شکستن چیزی را در قلبم می شنیدم که بعد ها فهمیدم نامش حسرت است. 

بعد ها در پاسخ  هر سئوالی ،  از نقاشی به عنوان یک آرزوی هنوز بر آورده نشده یاد کردم .، تا اینکه پس از سال ها انتظار  و اشتیاق و آرزو ، دنیای سرشار از آرامش و یک رنگی نقاشی به من اجازه ورود داد و تنها با گذراندن 2 جلسه طراحی ، آبرنگ عشق دوران کودکی ام پاسخ صبوری ام شد.

و حالا دومین باریست که قرار است همه هم نشینی آب و رنگ و آرامش و صبوری به بار نشسته ام را به نظاره بنشینند.

بر دستان معجزه گراستاد نازنینم ، استاد قاسمی زاده عزیز بوسه می زنم که آن همه حسرت مرا به این همه لذت بدل کرد. احساس زیباییست که کنار ترانه و شعر به نقاشی هایم اشاره می کنند و اگر روزی میان ادبیات و نقاشی ناگزیر به انتخاب شوم ، بی لحظه ای درنگ، عاشقانه نقاشی را بر خواهم گزید.

با یک دنیا گل سرخ 


بهمن   1391 / تهران  

   سبک   -   ناتورالیسم – اکسپرسیونیسم

 تکنیک   :  آبرنگ

سایز :    50.70  - 

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 نمایشگاه " مریم حیدر زاده " اسفند 1391 در گالری شیرین   http://www.artin360.com/Shirin.htm




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