Art Shows, Galleries, and more. 

2015- Brentwood Art Show, Brentwood, Los Angeles, CA 

2014 - Culver City mural, housing and business development on Washington and Lincoln Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA

2014 - The Beverly Hills artShow, Beverly Hills, CA

2014 - “The Story of the Butterflies,” Merage Gallery at

Sinai Temple, Los Angeles, CA

2013 - The Beverly Hills artShow, Beverly Hills, CA

2012 - “The Seed of Love: 35 Years of Paintings,” Arta Gallery,

Los Angeles, CA

2011 - Omid Foundation, Santa Monica, CA 

2011 - "The Noble Woman," 30 Voices, Mulholland Estates

2010 - "A Night of Persian Culture," USC Hillel Art Show,

University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA 

2009 - "The Three of Dreams," The Tree House Los Angeles, CA

2003 - Shulamit Gallery, Los Angeles, CA 

2002 - "Dream of Giveh," Nessah, Beverly Hills, CA 

2000 - "The Turquoise Road," Private Home in Beverly Hills, CA

1990 - Immaculate Heart College, Los Angeles, CA 

1974-1976 - University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA 


Mitra's unique pen and ink style has made her known for her precision and technique for her drawings and illustrations in the children's novel, "Black Little Fish." 


Mitra has received many accolades, including "Best New Artist," for her acrylic and vitra paintings due to her bold usage of color and unique strokes that tell her story in a new way.


Mitra thinks big. When seeing a building, she sees the potential it has a beacon of hope through art. As a charcoal artist, Mitra embraces movement and vibration to create.




Over 40 years of experience in the art industry, with proficiency in multimedia art. From commissioned work to teaching, Mitra Forouzan has a broad range of experiences and styles. Her work varies from Persian miniatures to avant garde abstract.



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