About the artist

Jason Ebrahimi was born in London, England, and raised in Toronto. From an early age his talents were recognized. He was enrolled in an arts school called Claude Watson School for the Arts, where only 'gifted' people were accepted. He continued in the arts and graduated as a Graphic Designer. Jason began his career as a designer before his painting venture. It was merely after a few years into his profession where he felt that he should persue a passion of his. He dove into a new world of fine art!


All his paintings are completely hand-painted by the artist himself and is a unique original.

Jason Ebrahimi has mastered a style called Spontaneous Realism. Jason believed he had to break-through the traditional paint brush method by adding a huge variety of palette-knives to his canvas. The palette-knife technique gives Jason an edge over many traditional painters today.

Living in a modern world, a new addition to his painting instruments gave a flare of spontaneity, texture and depth amongst the unspeakable ladder of bold and vivid colours he is known for.

Jason chooses beautiful subjects, more specifically models to paint and has worked on commission basis from his studios in Toronto, Canada and Nancy, France. He is a superb artist with an incredible eye for detail, amongst his bold paint strokes in creating modern art.

Over recent years, Jason has progressively developed a passion for geometric paintings.

He has chosen this movement for his most recent collection because of his love for balance in a composition as forming art with shapes are challenging yet the outcome so rewarding when painted correctly.

Jason wanted to prove to his audience that “irregular” geometric shapes, although harmoniously challenging, when formed correctly in an unconventional method can be magical. 

Jason’s series of artworks are created using only shapes, lines and forms of all sizes, some regular and irregular to capture perfectly the human anatomy. 

He chooses body postures from various angles for his compositions to cater to different tastes. Some artworks being erotic and others straight out provocative. 

Jason is daring with his approach in creating art and never limits his creativity which is why these geometric paintings are so fluid despite them being made entirely out of shapes. 

Geometric abstraction is a challenging art movement which requires years of practice to conquer and Jason does this beautifully.