Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Hooshang Khorasani's 'The Road Not Taken' in Massachusetts museum auction

Hooshang is participating in the 18th annual Benefit Art Auction for the Attleboro (Mass.) Arts Museum.

An exhibit in connection with the auction is on display at the museum from Oct. 23 through Nov. 5. The live auction is scheduled for Nov. 7.

His painting, "The Road Not Taken," is 36-by-36 inches mixed media on canvas and, along with other auction items, can be viewed at www.attleboroartsmuseum.cmarket.com. He also participated in the 2008 auction.

Locally, Khorasani's work can be viewed Nov. 7-8 during Ruston's Holiday Arts Tour in his studio at 1001 Cedar Creek Road. He also recently added two more galleries to the list of those who carry his work: Brunner Gallery in Covington, La., and The Cottage Gallery in Laguna Beach, Calif.

Monday, February 2, 2009

Winter Open Studio series to conclude

Just in time for Valentine's Day, the final segment of Hooshang's winter Open Studio series is set for Saturday, Feb. 7.

Admirers of "Art for the Modern Eye" can visit Hooshang Studio at 1001 Cedar Creek Road from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The studio is also open by appointment.

An award-winning artist, Hooshang offers a large range of both prints and originals in numerous genres.

Another February event for Hooshang is a show at Highlands Museum of the Arts in Sebring, Fla., which will feature his two-painting abstract set "Radiance" (shown in The News-Star article above).

Saturday, January 10, 2009

2nd winter Open Studio on horizon for Hooshang Studio

Hooshang will host the second of his three winter Open Studio events Saturday, Jan. 17. Art enthusiasts can visit the studio at 1001 Cedar Creek Road from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The third event will be Feb. 7, and the studio is also open by appointment.

Available artwork includes prints ranging from 8½ by 11 inches to 13 by 19 inches and originals from 6 by 6 inches to 48 by 60; prices run from $35 to $3,500. He offers an array of genres: abstracts, florals, landscapes, equine studies, female figures and still lifes.

Concerning publicity for this event, we extend a warm thanks to Callie Dean, acting director of the North Central Louisiana Arts Council. She wrote a nice article for her "Art Talk" column in The Ruston Daily Leader that touches on the Open Studio, plus other aspects of Hooshang's career. You can read it if you click on the image below.