Jinous Kani - Soul I, Framed

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    Soul I by Jinous Kani, Framed

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    Artist: Jinous Kani, Persian

    Medium: Original Oil on Panel

    Subject: Abstract Female Figure

    Price: $1,995.00

    Artwork Size: 18" x 24"

    Framed Size: 24" x 30"

    All artwork is signed by Jinous Kani and comes with Certificate of Authenticity and Appraisal. Art Leaders Gallery is an authorized Jinous Kani art dealer.

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    Jinous Kani Biography:
    Jinous Kani was born in Persia in 1979. Raised in a well-educated family in the northern part of Tehran, she was encouraged to seek knowledge wherever she could. Her parents, who intrinsically valued and included art in their daily activities, seamlessly incorporated the artistic fundamentals into Kani's upbringing. It was not until her first year of middle school, though, that she harnessed the creative authority garnered from her advanced intellectual background. It was during these formative years that she tried her hand at sketching, a craft she immediately took to and excelled at almost as quickly. 

    During her high school years, Kani continued sketching to improve her skill through Visual Arts classes. During this period, she specifically developed n interest in visual abstraction, and conjured imaginative vignettes and figures out of this unconventional method of drawing. Eager to think beyond her preferred medium, Kani found extra time to sculpt pottery and other three dimensional arts, pursuits that ultimately complemented and enhanced her abstract vision.

    Always ready to raise the bar, Kani soon branched out into painting after a visit to the United States. She credits exposure to a different culture with her sudden interest in new ways of thinking and fresher means of artistic expression. Kani eventually did relocate to the states, where painting became her career focus. Influenced primarily by figurative greats Egon Schiele and Gustav Klimt, she was able to brilliantly capture the tension between negative and postivie space on canvas, a trait evident in much of her original oil work. 

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