Tag Archives: 2020

UNICOLOR Portraits

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Painted with a single pigment in a sandbox method, these faces are the result of taking a chunk of paint and molding it.
Moving around the paint to form faces, finding people that make you feel something, people you didn’t even know you were looking for.
In this series of portraits, the features are not defined, instead the aim is to capture a human spark with minimal intervention.
UNICOLOR Portraits
Knife Impasto
20x20cm, Oil on Wood Panel
Interested? please send an email and inquire about UNICOLOR portraits:
salman@salmankhoshroo.com

Wool on Foam Portrait Series 30x30cm

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Wool on Foam Portrait Series

30x30cm

2020

پشم روی ابر

 

The Wool on Foam portraits are tied to my experience of quarantine and recent trauma. Weaving inanimate fibers into faces brings me comfort and helps deal with the issues. These portraits are delicate and vulnerable and resonate with my own precarious situation. We live in fragile times, and I feel the need to find new materials and the mindset to reinvent my practice. Wool brings warmth and intimacy to these portraits,  and plays with provoking the nurture instinct. Making male portraits with this habitually perceived feminine material, is part of a personal journey in re-interpreting the masculine condition. My aim is to make full volume sculptures in wool and develop some of the ideas out of this initial project.

 

Interested? please send an email and inquire about wool portraits:
salman@salmankhoshroo.com

Wool on Foam Portrait Series 20x20cm

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Wool on Foam Portrait Series

20x20cm

2020

پشم روی ابر

 

 

The Wool on Foam portraits are tied to my experience of quarantine and recent trauma. Weaving inanimate fibers into faces brings me comfort and helps deal with the issues. These portraits are delicate and vulnerable and resonate with my own precarious situation. We live in fragile times, and I feel the need to find new materials and the mindset to reinvent my practice. Wool brings warmth and intimacy to these portraits,  and plays with provoking the nurture instinct. Making male portraits with this habitually perceived feminine material, is part of a personal journey in re-interpreting the masculine condition. My aim is to make full volume sculptures in wool and develop some of the ideas out of this initial project.

 

 

Interested? please send an email and inquire about wool portraits:
salman@salmankhoshroo.com