About Master Feizollah Safdarzadeh Haghighi
Master Feizollah Safdarzadeh Haghighi, born in 1942, graduated from Isfahan Academy of Fine Arts in 1964 in a pious family familiar with the profession and art of rug weaving. master Feizollah was interested in rug art and painting since his childhood and studied in Isfahan Fine Arts Conservatory under the supervision of late Master Eisa Bahadori and Rostam Shirazi. After graduating from the conservatory, he was employed by the Cultural Heritage Organization They were trained under the supervision of an Italian team (Eiz Meo) for 6 years in the field of painting restoration of historical buildings in Isfahan. Master Feizollah Safdarzadeh Haghighi was then transferred from the Cultural Heritage Organization to the Department of Culture and Art and worked in the rug weaving workshop at the Isfahan Fine Arts Conservatory and During the 6 years of his presence in this conservatory, he collaborated in the implementation of the unique designs of Master Eisa Bahadori and the weaving of many portraits of world leaders and the 121-meter historical rug of the Islamic Council, which was designed by Master Rostam Shirazi. After 12 years of service in government agencies in 1976, he resigned from government work and began to work as an artist. Master Feizollah Safdarzadeh Haghighi has always tried to make his works unrelated to the work of others. So far, he has created more than 60 works that have participated in many exhibitions and have been noticed. So far, he has won the Crystal Shoulder Award twice as someone who has preserved the originality of the rug with creativity and innovation.