Shirin Hashemi is a visual artist and an environmental designer.She started drawing sketches, figures, shapes and faces from an early age . The passion for art is intuitive and never stopped till now. To an observer, her creations are colorful and full of complex fine details. It is obvious from all her works, efforts reveal itself in form of elegance and precision. Her work reflects her thoughts, her experiences and her emotional surroundings that sit well on her audience's heart.
Shirin started her career as an animator in 2005. She immigrated to Canada in 2011 and completed her first post-secondary education in Art and Design foundation at George Brown College in Toronto. Then, she continued further education and graduated from the Environmental Design at the Ontario College of Art and Design University (OCAD) in Toronto. At present, she is pursuing her passion in art as a landscape designer. Shirin meditates through drawing Persian miniatures. The fine aspects, colors and shapes depict her version of life and maybe dreams that anyone could have. Shirin has participated in many solo and group exhibitions in galleries and cultural centers in both Canada and abroad.