Behrooz Bahadori

was born in November 11th, 1951 in Tehran, Iran. He was raised in a middle class family with seven children. He started his professional artistic career when he was twenty-two years old. After learning the modern watercolor styles and fine art he moved to Isfahan, one of the oldest and most artistic cities in Middle East. Apart from others, a mix of traditional Iranian art and the modern pop culture is shown in his style of painting.

Some critics think that his art is a combination of cultural, classical and the modern watercolor art. This is what makes Behr’s watercolor so unique and beautiful.
Behrooz Bahadori moved to Turkey in October 2007, where he held exhibitions in several museums including Boyner, Sanat gallery and Eskishehir City hall. After doing series of exhibitions, Behr felt inspired by Western natural environment and moved to Washington State.

Currently he lives in Seattle where he spends his time painting new beautiful modern watercolors. His gallery “Behr Watercolor Paintings” is located near the Seattle’s most historic building, “Pike Place market”. Behr Gallery is now an exhibition for many famous artists around the world.

Behrooz Bahadori – Before the Wine 2008
Watercolor on Paper – 20″ x 14″


Mohammad Nasr

is a watercolor artist based in Iran. He has been producing work for many years out of Isfahan, Iran. His style is influenced by the traditional way of leaving like farming and timeless nature. His background in Middle Eastern studies helped him to represent the simple life of Iranian suburban people in very precise manner.

Mohammad Nasr’s work has been shown many times in Isfahan’s Modern Museum of Art and other famous galleries in Iran.

Behr Gallery is featuring some of his famous works at summer exhibition of 2013.

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Mohammad Nasr _ Untitled 2010
Watercolor on Paper 11″ x 15″


Mehdi Zereshki

Just Like Mohammad Nasr, Mehdi Zereshki is also an Iranian artist based in Iran. He is working mostly with watercolor paintings, his work is a mixture of Traditional Iranian paintings with sometimes Classical middle eastern cultural elements that came from Isfahan.

The talented artist Mehdi Zereshki has been a close friend with Behrooz Bahadori as well as Mohammad Nasr. They have been collaborating in some projects together and their work has always influenced each other.

His work was shown in BEHR Gallery in 2013 along side Mohammad Nasr and Behrooz Bahadori. Just like the other two his work is being represented by BEHR gallery and is available at BEHR Watercolor paintings store.

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Mehdi Zereshki – Untitled 2013
Watercolor on Paper – 8″ x 12″



Hayley Boyd

 has graduated from College of Fine and Performing Arts in Western Washington University. Currently she is producing work as an independent artist.

Most of Boyd’s work has been shown in Galleries in western Washington including Bellingham and Seattle. She has introduced the viewer to  allegorical concepts with using space, fabric and color in her paintings and installation as well as her performance pieces.

Hayley Boyd - Multi-Block Woodcut 7' x 6' November 2013

Hayley Boyd – Multi-Block Woodcut
7′ x 6′
November 2013


Mia Bian

Conceptual artist Mia Bian’s was shown in BEHR Gallery from April, 2014 to May 1st, 2014 . She has a powerful body of work that has been shown all around the country for a few years now. Her work challenges the audience in many different ways both emotionally and intellectually. In terms of using space and concept her work is reach of congregations and puzzles.

With an Art degree from University of Washington school of art, Mia Bian currently lives in Seattle.  She works independently and her work has been shown in many galleries and exhibition including: Jacob Lawrence Gallery.

yin, yang [Fire & Water] by Mia Bian Oil on 2 wood panel

Yn, Yang [Fire & Water] by Mia Bian
Oil on 2 Wood panel

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