Mehran Mesbah

Mehran Mesbah
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mmesbah@yccd.edu
503-490-7234
Marysville FA Fine Arts - Part-time
Marysville Campus, Bldg: Building 1000, Room: 1001A

Mehran’s work is inspired by the process of deformation; the effect certain forces have on physical forms over time. Natural formations such as mountains have been of particular inspiration. The result of millions of years of potential enacted through the upward pressure of tectonics and the downward process of erosion. Similarly, human societies have encountered analogous forces of cultural torsion. The ebb and flow of its artifacts, language, and traditions consumed—knowingly or not—by the contemporary individual. Mehran’s work exerts natural forces upon cultural structures as a reflection on transience and the indefinite continued reinterpretation of visual history. 

Mehran is an interdisciplinary artist and teaches studio art at Yuba College and Cosumnes River College. He received his MA in Studio Art from California State University, Sacramento in 2012. Previously, he lived and studied art in Calgary, Canada in 2002 and Paris, France in 2005. Mehran exhibits both regionally and internationally. In 2015, the Kunstwerk-Carlshüette invited Mehran to participate in the International NordArt Exhibition held in Büdelsdorf, Germany. In addition he participated in a 3-month artist residency at the Shangyuan Art Museum in Beijing the same year. During his stay in China, Mehran began experimenting with installations, mixing traditional and contemporary art practices. Mehran brought these ideas to Sacramento creating large installations at the Art Street Exhibition in 2017, and an installation at Beatnik titled, “Gaia Ad Infinitum” from 2018-2019. He also taught drawing at CSUS from 2013-2017. Mehran enjoys collaborative work and actively participates within the creative Sacramento community.

www.mehranmesbah.com

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Contact this instructor: mmesbah@yccd.edu, 503-490-7234

Class Schedule

Class Time / Dates / Days Location
Title: Art Appreciation
Method: LEC72 Section: ART-5-D9023
Section ID: 138788
N/A
6/10/2024 to 7/18/2024
online
Bldg: SNET
Room: NET
Title: Art Appreciation
Method: LEC72 Section: ART-5-D9024
Section ID: 138789
N/A
6/10/2024 to 7/18/2024
online
Bldg: ANET
Room: NET