She started to paint when she was four years old, and she studied her art under apprenticeship of the most famous and supreme masters of Iran. At school she studied Iranian Traditional Architecture and Architectural Technology Engineering Related to the major of her study and her passion for art she was always trying to combine realism and modern art together, so she has worked within Cubism, Impressionism and Surrealism which can be observe in her works.
Geoffrey Halverson is a native of Cambridge Massachusetts, with family roots in France. As a young artist he was influenced by the detail and craft of the old masters but has, in recent years, developed a more expressive style. Geoffrey studied at the Corcoran Gallery in Washington DC, the Museum School in Boston, and with Tom Ouellette in Boston.
She studied art at the Museum School of Fine Art/ Boston and Mass College of Art. She has shown her works in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont. While living in NH, she was on the board of the River Gallery School of Art in Brattleboro, VT and a member of the Windham Art Gallery. Her works can be realistic, although she also working abstractly. She love the tactile pleasure and richness of the paint using color, form and line to express a mood, a feeling, even a person. The quest is similar to the tennis player seeking that "sweet spot" or the musician who achieves perfect pitch, and you as the listener instantly know it.