Mélodie Hojabr Sadat's paintings

by Monda
Mélodie Hojabr Sadat was born in Paris in 1989. She spent her childhood in France and at the age of 10, Mélodie moved to Iran. She learned Persian and at the age of 18 after receiving her diploma Mathematics and Physics in Mashhad, she returned to France, with an empty suitcase and both full of constructive memory. Since childhood, she was self-taught and passionate about the design but after her return she has taken it seriously with a different outlook on life [watch "My World"]. She represents an imaginary world where pain metamorphoses into colors and happiness >>>

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Nazanin jaan, Mamnoon!

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Also for you clips. Both pieces are really wonderful.

Eydet Mobaarak!

Nazanin karvar


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بسیار زیبا بودن و البته بی شیله پیله... 

مرسی ماندا جان عزیز برای انتخاب و پست‌ این بلاگ 

بوی جوی مولیان اید همی (گلهای رنگارنگ ۲۵۴- بانو مرضیه و بنان ) البته من فقط همین را پیدا کردم؟


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Azadeh Azad

Gorgeous works

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When I look at these paintings, one of the pieces of music from Gol-haaye Rangaarang, that is, " Bouye mouye Jouliaan" begins playing in my mind with the voice of Elaheh. Solid and nostagic artworks.



Jeesh Daram


Jeesh Daram

مرا بیاد نقاشی های حسین قوللر آغاسی انداخت که معروف بود به نقاش قهوه خانه ها.  اگر ایشان روزی به ایران رفت شایسته است که سری هم بموزه نقاشی های قوللر آغاسی بزند.  اگر روزی به بازار تجریش رفتید، در وسط بازار قهوه خانه کوچکی است که یکی از نقاشی های آغاسی را بدیوار زده است (فروشی نیست).  آن نقاشی یک درویش را نشان میده و در بعدی حدود بیست سانتیمتر.  ولی سایر نقاشی های آغاسی بسیار بزرگ هستند و به دوسه متر هم میرسند 


ردواین جان، آی‌ گفتی‌!


Completely fascinated by Melodie's fluid art form and content, I'm so glad she shared her views of the world, with us, here.

Orang jaan, I hope you do get to see Melodie's art upclose. 


In the flower.

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this way,

with a


a flower

a fine


the novel



Anahid Hojjati

Nice work

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I find more drawn to to the ones where she focuses on one person.  In that one person, you can see how it must feel for a modern day Iranian to live with all the craziness going around them. That is why I like 23, 37 and those similar to them.

Red Wine


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ماندا جان چه خوب کردی ایشان را به ما معرفی‌ کردی... دلم برایِ رنگهایِ شاد و تصاویرِ پر رنگ و پر نیرو تنگ شده بود... کاش نقاش درینجا حاضر بود و یک ماچش میکردیم،دستِ ایشان درد نکند.


Very nice

by Souri on

I liked Melodie's works very much.

Thank you  Monda jon, for sharing.

Esfand Aashena

Nice! Except perhaps less vivid colors would make them better.

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Everything is sacred

Orang Gholikhani


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Apreciate them and happy to discover a talented parisien artiste

May be one day I could have the opportunity to meet her.


Jahanshah Javid

space and time

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Wonderful work. It's as if you are looking at life like a river where everything flows and bends. #4 and #5 are especially amazing: