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Fuad Izadinia  

visual artist, South Africa.

A humourous view of the membership of the first Bahá'í Council of Eastern Cape, R.S.A.

I made string art on coloured cardboard in the early 70’s and then began painting as a hobby in 1985. These usually were a mixture of contour and silhoutte forms, often combining elemnet of the Panama Bahá'í Temple into these images. I was a pioneer in Panama for 19 years with my family before coming to South Africa in 1990. Currently I mainly draw naturalistic images of Southern African wildlife and of Bahá'í buildings.

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