Neda’s art is driven by Persian poetry and Eastern philosophy. Her works reflect images of nature carrying with them the unconscious emotions of our daily life.
Neda uses layers of colours and textures to reflect and infer nature, the unconscious and memory. Diffused lines and colours suggest what could be a landscape, a forest on fire or a seascape. From certainty to ambiguity in a continuum of colour and shade.
Neda Dana-Haeri, painter and printmaker, was born in Iran and has been living in England since 1977. She studied Psychology and Fine Arts and currently lives and works in London.