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Maryam zaraimajin

Artist member since 2020
Toronto, Ontario

Maryam Zaraimajin is Canadian- Persian artist. She migrated to Toronto in 2003, where she later completed her BFA studies with a major in Sculpture and Installation from Ocad University in 2018. In her works, she has used different medium to express her thoughts. She works mainly in metal shaping, ceramics, mould-making, material casting and printmaking. Exploring diverse concepts through working with different materials helps her create artworks about social justice, freedom of speech, and womenโ€™s rights. Her 'Survival of Who?' piece received the Greenrock Trust Award at the 22nd Juried Graduating Sculpture Student Exhibition, from the Sculpture Society of Canada in 2018. She was also the winner (with Suzanne Simoni) of the Rooftop Art Project sponsored by Friends of Pan Am.

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Favourite medium

I love to explore different meduim in my works. Such as, clay, cement, metal and ...

Best season of the year in Toronto

Late Spring is my favorite season in Toronto.

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Women's Art Association of Canada


22nd Juried Gradtating Sculpture


Sculpture Society of Canada
Greenrock Trust Award


Launchpad Artscape


OCAD University
BFA fine art


George Brown College
Art and Design Foundation Diploma

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