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Pembrokeshire in Oil and Mixed Medium by Mehdi Moazzen

International consulting designer Mehdi Moazzen will feature his work at the Torch Theatre this March. Kateh, a collection of digital artworks that captivate dramatic paintings of local scenes of mix mediums.

From 2-29 of March, visitors to the Joanna Field Gallery at the Torch will be able to view Mehdi’s evocative collection of works that capture the very essence of Pembrokeshire’s changing light and landscapes.

Iranian born and UK-educated, Mehdi, trained at the Tehran School of Fine Art and then in London and Manchester. After many visits to Pembrokeshire, he finally settled here in 1981 and ran his own gallery at the Coach House, Haverfordwest.

“My first commission was to design beach huts off the Caspian Sea for Farah, Empress of Iran. Coming full circle, my most recent project was to restore the former home of Queen Soraya, the Shah’s second wife in the South of France,” said Mehdi, who is also a painter and sculptor, often creating custom design furniture to align with his architectural designs. 

Mehdi’s career spans more than 40 years both within the corporate world – as a former design manager at Herman Miller – and his own private practice, spanning commercial and residential sectors in Europe and the Middle East.

“I’ve exhibited my work at the Torch Theatre before and I’ve had several exhibitions internationally,” added Mehdi.

Mehdi extends a warm welcome to all to his opening exhibition at the Torch Theatre on Saturday 2 March 5-7pm.


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