Soraya Sadeghi is an American-Iranian who was born in New York and lives in Boston. Sadeghi's early years were spent learning and playing violin which in turn lead her to find herself in painting. She has a Bachelors of Science degree from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Jurist Doctorate Degree from Suffolk University Law School. She practices law downtown Boston, in addition to her art practice.
Sadeghi’s artwork focuses on blending paints, objects and surfaces to create a blend of colorful and dramatic images from the Eastern and Western worlds. Her use of layering imprints with abstract shapes as well as patterns appeals to the young and older generations. Her latest collection titled "Donya Kafi Nist" meaning the "World is Not Enough" resonates with the yearning spirit within each of us to seek and push ourselves out of our comfort zones. Her unique background of having her parents from different parts of the hemisphere have greatly influenced her work. She will be exhibiting in many museums and art centers including Khaneh Artisque House in Tehran, Iran in her upcoming trip to the middle east in the Summer of 2018.