Nazanin Sepandram was born in Tehran, Iran in 1981. Her main area of interest is culture, society, and integration with emphasis on fundamental elements forming the modern cultures and societies in the world. In her artistic practice, the art of illustration and painting are combined by mixed media on canvas to highlight the cultural and traditional elements which are significantly influential on social behavior. To date, she has created several artworks with the theme of Mother Land -Immigration – Eve and Here I am collection. In the former series, it was shown that, amid all challenges, cultural elements such as motherland soul can bring peace and integrity in each country and protect it from any harm. She has symbolized these elements in her artwork and called them “Mother Land”. The aim of this set of artwork was to raise hope and spirits in her people and all the people in the world. In the other theme, Immigration, the emphasis was on the beauty of integration with different cultures. In these five paintings, it was shown that Farvahar, as one of the best-known symbols of ancient Iran (Persia) and Zoroastrianism, carries a part of her culture blending it into the new cultural elements of the host country through immigration. In Eve collection she shows the love and passion that she already knows from her background and mixed it to the new world that she recently come. Finally in the last collection (Here Iam ) in the coronavirus time she try to capture the beauty in mundane object and the routine life style.