UNTITLED

Aref Geranmayeh

Friday, January 18, 2019-Friday, January 25, 2019
  
It should not be simply taken for granted. Everything in our surrounding has its own character. No two leaves in fall foliage mass we carelessly crunch, are perfectly identical. No two trees or two roots are the same. To the meticulous eye of a scrupulous artist, there are countless subjects to see or to be seen: from roots which can be either the origin of life or an obstacle to it; or the dungeon-like holes in tree trunks or in protruding radixes, to a thousand astounding autumn bright colours, each is one of a kind; just like distinctive personalities of a society.
Nature is undergoing constant change the same way human life is. From spring births to inevitable winter deceases. From time to time, a portion of the nature gets struck by an early unexpected death caused by humans in the same manner that a sudden bomb or an unforeseen riot hits a nation by surprise and stamps it out before Mother Nature gets to fulfil its mission.

Aref Geranmayeh