Born and raised in Iran, Azadeh Sahraeian holds a master of architecture from Azad university of Shiraz, Iran. Since 2012 she has been creating meticulous abstract pen drawings on paper. Her artworks which are at the intersection of architecture, science and philosophy focus on the relationship between form, formation, growth and time. Her works have been exhibited in the United States, including By The People + Monochrome Collective Art Fair (Georgetown, DC), DC Arts Center (Washington DC), Schlesinger Arts Center at NOVA (Alexandria, VA), Allegany Arts Council (Cumberland, MD), Touchstone Gallery (Washington DC), 311 Gallery (Raleigh NC), Craven Arts Council and Gallery INC. (New Bern NC), Mark Arts (Wichita, KS) and Limner Gallery (Hudson, NY).
Prior to their immigration to the United States in 2013, Azadeh and her husband Arash were working together to define a design methodology inspired by natural processes and in a mutual relationship with science. Their works and papers have been published in International Conference on Information and Knowledge Engineering (Las Vegas), Shiraz contemporary architects’ annual book (Shiraz, Iran) and Gozaresh quarterly (Shiraz, Iran).
Azadeh lives and works in North Bethesda, MD. Her works can be found in private collections throughout the DC area.