Born and raised to a Persian family from Los Angeles, California, Sahar Azad is a unique visual artist whose works will inspire you to see more than what your physical eyes could see. She is vegan and she loves animals, so you can expect that most of her art are inspired by her lifestyle and nature.
Get to know her a little bit more from our quick interview with this young artist.
Interview with Sahar Azad
APA: What is the root/birth/foundation of your creativity… how did you get started?
Sahar: I grew up watching my sister paint and I always admire her for her creativity, I started by buying a small sketchbook and sketching anything and everything, when I come up with a design I like I would paint it.
APA: What do you think your purpose is?
Sahar: To show there is more to life than what meets the eye.
APA: What do you do to keep going when you are not motivated or inspired to create?
APA: What most often inspires your work?
Sahar: Nature, sacred geometry, and eyes.
APA: What is your creative process like?
Sahar: I like to do yoga and meditate before I paint, sometimes I get a vision of what to paint.
APA: If you could hang out with one artist, living or dead, who would that be?
Sahar: Frida Khalo
APA: If you could switch lives with an artist in history for one day, who would it be?
Sahar: Leonardo Da Vinci