Details:

This painting is part of a series exploring absurd and humorous moments (or mundane objects) with the artist's iPhone to express how she experiences time in solitude as an immigrant. To Rahmanian, the canvas is a safe zone for publicly sharing her private glances.
Unframed
Signed

① Artwork:

The Last Fall Night

This painting is part of a series exploring absurd and humorous moments (or mundane objects) with the artist's iPhone to express how she experiences time in solitude as an immigrant. To Rahmanian, the canvas is a safe zone for publicly sharing her private glances.

As a multidisciplinary artist fascinated by everyday objects and the absurdity of contemporary life, Sara Rahmanian makes imaginative paintings that explore the gaps between reality and perception. She paints on coffee filters or canvas, drawing from a first-person perspective that defamiliarizes the mundane by inviting a heightened sense of contemplation about our surroundings. In a sense, she plays hide and seek with familiar objects via her painting process, but more often than not, the process surprises her.

Specs:

18 inches
24 inches

③ Artist:

Sara Rahmanian

As a multidisciplinary artist fascinated by everyday objects and the absurdity of contemporary life, Sara Rahmanian makes imaginative paintings that explore the gaps between reality and perception. She paints on coffee filters or canvas, drawing from a first-person perspective that defamiliarizes the mundane by inviting a heightened sense of contemplation about our surroundings. In a sense, she plays hide and seek with familiar objects via her painting process, but more often than not, the process surprises her.

Sara Rahmanian:
The Last Fall Night, 2022
Acrylic on canvas
24.0 × 18.0 inches /