Recent Projects

The Wall Saints

The Wall Saints

It is an absolutely joy to collaborate with The Wall Saints, a fine art and mural design collective based in

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Smallworks Press Publications

Ebook Editions

For several months, I have been serving in the capacity of Managing Editor for Smallworks Press to create ebook editions

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ONE | Nanda Sharif-pour

Kayhan Life features ONE, an installation by Iranian-American artist Nanda Sharif-pour, featuring the poem Bani Adam (Persian: بنی آدم; translation: Children of Adam).  > Read More  

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Artnet News Interview

On this week’s episode of The Art Angle with Andrew Goldstein, Burning Man co-founder and photographer Will Roger conveys the

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One by Nanda Sharif-pour

Desert Companion | ONE

Scott Dickensheets of Desert Companion pens Window Pain featuring the art installation, ONE, by Nanda Sharif-pour. The politics don’t swarm

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Sand To Sin

Sand to Sin by Dunn-Edwards Paints features multi-media artist James Stanford is no stranger to creating art that merges past

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Considering Art

In the last episode of Considering Art by Bob Chaundy, American multi-media artist James Stanford tells of the extraordinary experience

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Press Highlights

Las Vegas Hosts Persian Poet Saadi (2020)

As the Covid-19 pandemic pushes the United States and much of the rest of the world into lockdown, a public art installation in Las Vegas by the Iranian-American artist and refugee Nanda Sharif-pour is using art to inspire kindness, reflection, equality, and unity during these difficult times.

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James Stanford: The Interview (2020)

In the following interview we speak with American artist, photographer and entrepreneur James Stanford.

A pioneer in the digital arts movement, leader in the development of the Las Vegas arts community, founder of his own publishing house, and devout Buddhist artist,

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David Tupaz’s Spiritual and Wearable Art (2018)

Britney Spears made her solo debut, David Bowie his final public appearance and this year, David Tupaz showed his designs at Fashion Week at the Manhattan Center, an ornate, venue whose majestic, hand-painted ceiling provides a firmament for artists and patrons.

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