• Library Exhibit - Fairview Branch | February 2015

    Reza's latest collection "True Beauty" was displayed for a whole month at one of Toronto's public libraries (35 Fairview Mall Dr).
  • Grand Canyon Bahá'í Conference - Phoenix, AZ | Dec 26-28,2014

    Reza's work received a very warm welcome at the 30th annual Grand Canyon Bahá'í Conference! Prints were up for sale as well as an entirely new series of work. We are excited to share it on the website soon!
  • Reza's work featured on | Oct 13, 2014

    Reza was recently interviewed by a dear friend, Naysan Naraqi, Editor and Master Project Manager of the popular Baha’i Blog. His article "Persian Calligraphy with a Twist: The Works of Reza Mostmand" was featured on Canadian Thanksgiving Day. Another day to be thankful for everyone's support!! You can read the interview at:
  • Reza in Chicago | Aug 28 - 31, 2014

    This Labor Day weekend, Reza attended the 24th Annual Conference of the Association of Friends of Persian Culture in Chicago. His work was a hit with a lot of people supporting and making inquiries. This summer, 2 new pieces were featured and will soon be up on the website for sale. Thanks to everyone who attended and supported Reza!
  • Persian Conference - Toronto | May 16-19, 2014

    Reza is exhibiting at the 3rd Annual Persian Conference in Toronto.
  • "Breakfast of Artists" - Fairlawn Neighborhood Centre - Toronto | Feb 7-Mar 10, 2014

    Exhibit - Feb 7 to March 10 Fairlawn Neighbourhood Centre Art Gallery has an exhibition of the calligraphy art of Reza Mostmand running until March 7, 2014. Snapd North Toronto recently dropped by while the artist and staff were setting up the art display, and were very impressed by the art. Reza's work is a combination of Calligraphy and painting, merged in an effective and beautiful way. In the artist's own words, "My goal has been to merge the creative Word, taken from the vast volume of Writings from the Baha'i Faith, my source of inspiration and rejuvenation, with other mediums specially painting and drawing. My purpose for this marriage between Word and Art has been to try to portray the meaning of the Words more effectively." For further information, please visit[]=646466