Parastoo Ganjei
Stillness & Movement
5 - 29 October

 

 

Of Persian heritage, like many of the rose varieties she paints, Ganjei beautifully captures the transitional moment of a flower reaching its fullest hour, amongst other roses and petals already passed. Together with loose, gestural landscapes in a controlled, minimal palette, this exhibition includes a rich variety of this artists latest work.

 

'White Roses in a Silver Jug', acrylic on canvas, 51 x 64cm

 

Silver and Roses
acrylic on canvas
51 x 61cm

 

 

 

Happy Roses
acrylic on canvas
51 x 61cm

 

 

Pink Roses in a
Dark Room

acrylic on canvas
51 x 61cm

 

 

 

Going Home

acrylic on canvas

24 x 30cm

 

 

Grey Sky

acrylic on canvas

24 x 30cm

 

 

The Lake

acrylic on canvas

24 x 30cm

 

 

Autumn Roses IV

acrylic on canvas

23 x 23cm

 

Roses in a Glass Vase

acrylic on canvas

41 x 41cm

 

 

Autumn Roses VI

acrylic on canvas

23 x 23cm

 

 

Love and Roses

acrylic on canvas

76 x 102cm

 

 

 

Sunshine and

Summer Roses

acrylic on canvas

76 x 102cm

 

 

 

Sunny Roses

acrylic on canvas

76 x 102cm

 

 

The Last Rose

acrylic on canvas

41 x 41cm

 

 

White Roses in a Glass

acrylic on canvas

41 x 41cm

 

 

Remembering

acrylic on canvas

41 x 41cm

 

Golden Farmlands

acrylic on canvas
23 x 23cm

 

 

Dark Sky

acrylic on canvas

30 x 30cm

 

 

Market Town

acrylic on canvas

18 x 18cm

 

 

Roses on my Windowsill

acrylic on canvas

51 x 61cm

 

 

The White Cloth

acrylic on canvas

51 x 61cm

 

 

My Roses

acrylic on canvas

51 x 66cm

 

 

Time to Shine

acrylic on canvas

61 x 76cm

 

Togetherness

acrylic on canvas

76 x 102cm

 

 

Spring Roses

68 x 88cm

 

 

Dark Shadows
acrylic on canvas
41 x 41cm
 

 

 

Roses and Pewter Jugs
acrylic on canvas
51 x 66cm

 

 

Roses in Conversation
acrylic on canvas
51 x 51cm

 

 

Cloudburst
acrylic on canvas
21 x 21cm

 

Roses from Far Away
acrylic on canvas
61 x 76cm

 

 

Lustre
acrylic on canvas
51 x 61cm

 

 

Parastoo Ganjei, comes from an artistic family, with a grandfather who was a prominent painter in Iran. She paints still lifes as well as landscapes, roses are a favourite subject for her and she captures the weight of the flower heads beautifully whilst keeping a strong sense of movement. Using this common subject as a vehicle to portray feelings and emotions, there is a vitality as well as balance to her work.

 

Parastoo Ganjei studied fine art in Iran and Sussex and is a graduate of Bournmouth University.

 

Exhibiting widely in the United Kingdom, her work has proved to be extremely collectable. Her work is in many important private collections around the world, including the Royal Family of Brunei.

 

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