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Parvin Farzaneh
Bio & Exhibitions

Parvin Farzaneh began her artistic career over fifty years ago as a painter. In 1986, she felt a deep desire to express herself through sculpture. Since then, she have never ceased to explore different techniques and materials in this medium. 

As in her paintings, Parvin draws inspiration for her sculptures mainly from the natural environment that surrounds us. It is not so much an imitation of nature as a personal interpretation that combines the physical and the spiritual worlds. She is particularly drawn to feminine forms as an expression of movement in time and harmony with nature.

Parvin Farzaneh was born in Iran. She has lived and practiced her art in Iran, Switzerland, the USA and Canada. She is currently based in Montreal. She studied art at the University of Teheran, École des Beaux Arts de Lausanne, San Jose University (California), École de Louvre (Paris) and the Saidie Bronfman Centre (Montreal) among others.


  • 2019 - Svulptvre” Sculpture Exhibition organized by Musée de Bronze d’Inverness St-Hyacinth, Quebec
  • 2019 - Musée de Bronze d’Inverness, Group Exhibition, Inverness, Quebec
  • 2016 - “Svulptvre” Sculpture Exhibition organized by Musé de Bronze d’Inverness Palais des Congrès, Montreal
  • 2013 - Galerie Le Vieux Frogeron – Centre des Arts Stanstead , Quebec
  • 2012 - New Art Center, New York, NY (Solo exhibition)
  • 2009 - International Biennale of Contemporary Art, Florence, Italy
  • 2008 - Snapdragon Gallery, Ottawa, Canada (Solo exhibition)
  • 2003 to 2005 - Festival des arts Georgeville et Fitch Bay, Quebec
  • 2000 to 2002 - Circuit des Arts Memphremagog-Bell, Magog, Quebec
  • 2000 & 2001 - Club Azur – New Centre of Cultural Communication of the Township of Magog, Quebec
  • 1999 - Monarch Contemporary Art Center, Tenino, Washington, USA
  • 1998 - Frederick Amsden House – Contemporary Art Gallery, Stanstead, Quebec
  • 1990 - Forsyth Gallery, Toronto, Canada
  • 1988 - The Arts Club of Montreal 
  • 1982 - Francene Markle Gallery, Los Gatos, California
  • 1980 - Los Gatos Art Center, Los Gatos, California
  • 1978 - Sayhounne Gallery, Teheran, Iran
  • 1976 - Mehr-Shah Gallery, Teheran, Iran Organized by the Government of Iran
  • 1974 & 1975 - Lautrec Gallery, Teheran, Iran

All images © Parvin Farzaneh 2019