Handmade clayware artwork has always been popular in Iran. Clayware, is produced in almost all parts of the country and traditionally has been used as household ware in rural regions. The oldest clay pottery found in archeological excavations at Tepe Sialk – Kashan in central part of Iran, belongs to 4000 BC. Ancient style craftsmanship can still be found in remote regions today, but the art of pottery has dramatically evolved with time.
Large beautiful clay wares ( ‘Khomreh’), are used in my ‘Ancient Design project’ uploaded to the Homepage.
The painting is related to personal image of the magnificent Filoli Gardens, a property of the National Trust for Historic Preservation located at twenty five miles south of San Francisco.