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"Personally, I believe that the Internet has changed the art and culture of many societies and will soon permeate every aspect of life. A simple explanation could be that the Internet is a window to the world through which we can see and be seen." A.  Nadalian 

 

 

New works by Nadalian in “Verdearte” 2006:  Italy

 

Nadalian: River Art

An interview by John K. GRANDE

Nadalian is an Iranian sculptor whose life's work involves engendering respect for living creatures and the natural environment. . more

 

Nadalian in Green Museum

By carving simple fish shapes and other forms onto small stones and river rocks, artist Ahmad Nadalian seeks to repopulate the spirit of neglected streams   more

 

Utne Magazine May-June 2006  USA

Ahmad Nadalian
[Iran]

A human who loves stones and water, Ahmad Nadalian moves like a fish transgressing international borders.   More

 

About Ahmad Nadalian

By Professor  Robert C. Morgan
 

"I was so impressed with your concept, working at low tide in the early mornings to carve signs that during the day would be concealed.  It calls into question so much about time, history, language, meaning, and sculpture." More

 

About Ahmad Nadalian

By : Edward Lucie-Smith
 

In Iran, Ahmad Nadalian (b.1963) is in the process of creating an immense River Art installation along the banks and amidst the waters of the Haraz River, near Mount DamavendMore

 



Art Tomorrow

 

 


My Paradise 
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Work by Ahmad Nadalian

This work shows part of an interactive multimedia by Ahmad Nadalian. It is a virtual representation of natural landscape in Polour (where the artist live).

 

 

You can use the bottoms and change the colors of background and butterfly.  If user moves mouse or cursor a butterfly move and follow it.   ­­

 

 

 

 

 


About Paradise

According to Sufis, paradise is the manifestation of absolute beauty and the inhabitants of "Paradise" enter into every beautiful form that they conceive and desire. Moslem mystics simply interpreted paradise as being the good deeds of man.

In some Sufi poems, the garden symbolizes the state of ecstasy of a mystic’s heart. The garden also symbolized Unity, and flowers symbolized multiplicity. Sufis say the whole world is joyful because of His presence. Spring is symbolized as the rapture and rejoicing of the spiritual state.