Golnar Malek-Frickelton

Location: Visual Artist at Studio Gol-e-Ros, Christ's College Visual Arts Centre Cambridge, UK
Website: gol-e-ros.com

Golnar likes to produce spontaneous emotional responses to the worlds within and outside the Self. Her work is held in private and public collections in the UK.
She chooses a variety of mediums to reflect on what makes people, like herself, change tracks in life. Her favorite places for inspiration are Creative Milieux, where people from different backgrounds and from all walks of life make meaningful connections.
She started exhibiting at Passargadae Gallery 1995-2002, Tehran (now:Art Center). This period built the overarching subjects of her professional life as a visual artist. She is trained by master artists like Kourbaj, Miraftabi, and Atashzad. Her formal education is an art-based BA-MArch program at the School of Art and Architecture, Azad University of Central Tehran (2002). More recently she completed her MSt in Interdisciplinary Design at the University of Cambridge (2009).



Apr 09-13, 2014
‘Potent’, Peggy Jay Gallery, Hampstead Museum, London

Nov 25-29, 2011
‘Reflections on Milongas @ Cambridge’, Cambridge Art Salon

Aug19-25, 2009
‘Movement and focal points’, The Shop, Jesus Lane, Cambridge