In this portrait of Maryam Mirzakhani, I aimed to capture her as a symbol of breaking gender barriers and inspiring future generations. Maryam Mirzakhani was an Iranian mathematician who made significant contributions to the field of mathematics, particularly in the study of complex geometric shapes. She became the first woman to receive the Fields Medal, the most prestigious award in mathematics.
The vibrant colors and bold brushstrokes represent her strength, resilience, and determination in challenging the norms of her field. Yellow represents intellect, curiosity, and optimism, highlighting Mirzakhani's brilliant mind and her unwavering pursuit of knowledge. The background of the portrait, adorned with a rich violet hue, adds depth and complexity to the artwork. Violet is often associated with creativity, and spirituality. The portrait pays homage to Mirzakhani’s remarkable achievements while celebrating her as an inspiration to future generations of female mathematicians and scientists.
Size: 100x 120 cm
Material: Porträt auf Leinwand. Gemalt mit Acrylfarbe und Sprühfarbe.