Nooshin Farahpour is an Iranian-American painter and children’s book writer based in Los Angeles, CA. Farahpour’s work examines questions of diaspora and trauma through the construction of childhood memories and dreams. Her paintings often employ elementary vocabulary games and exercises to construct narratives of arrival stories into the United States, and her memories of her father as an architect. Farahpour’s work has previously appeared on ABC’s “The View” and reviewed by The New York Times.
Her mission is to create a world that’s filled with compassion, love, and growth opportunities for all. Nooshin envisions to help create the beautiful world that therein, we have the courage to fulfill our dreams and we take steps to use our full potentials. Nooshin loves nature, and connection. Just like her childhood stories and connect the dot games, Nooshin plays with inspiring colors and connects with her surrounding and through her stories and colors, she transfers her vision to tell her stories and create beauty, hope, happiness and generosity to transform herself and her surroundings.