Are you in the market for water feature designs? If so, Nayer Kazemi creates an extensive line of water fountains that can fit your custom needs. Nayer designs water walls, water fountains, and waterfalls using glass, stainless steel, copper, stone, acrylic, and many other materials. These custom designs can be displayed in a multitude of ways, whether indoor, outdoor, mounted, or as a tabletop. Nayer Kazemi’s skillful creations will add a new dimension to your life.
Once you have decided upon the water art that suits you best, you must decide what to do with this piece. Foremost, how do you want this water art to interact with you?
You may be thinking, “Interact? What interaction?” Well, this water art will now be a living entity as it flows, cascades, and creates a tranquil sound space as well as an aesthetic delight. Depending upon how you use it, this water art can interact with you in a number of different ways. When deciding where to place your newly acquired water art, you must account for the acoustics of the surrounding environment just as much as the aesthetics of the placement. While a certain placement location may look more attractive, you must remember that your new water fountain, water sculpture, water wall, or waterfall will entertain your ears as much as your eyes.
Different setups and acoustics will impact the sound of your water art. The height of the ceiling, the type of floor, and the openness of the space will each highlight different nuances of the sounds of your new purchase. You may have in mind the desired sound that you are looking for; however, it is always fun to tinker with the settings and test the acoustics.
If you have vaulted ceilings or just a nice high ceiling, the sound of the water will carry farther and provide a deeper resonance, filling the room with a nice background. If your ceiling is low, the rhythmic sounds of the piece will be less airy and distant, and more direct and in the forefront.
The next element to consider is the type of flooring. Carpeted floors will provide much different acoustics than wooden or tiled floors. Carpeted floors will trap the sound in, allowing less travel and reverb. Wooden and tiled floors will allow the sounds to bounce around and travel, filling a greater space.
The final element to consider is the actual openness of the space. If the room is busy or cluttered, the water feature sounds will stay more localized. The acoustics will have less room for expansion and will not carry as much. If the room is open and spacious, the acoustics will fill the entire room with rhythm and the sound will travel and carry throughout.
These acoustic variations can each give your water art a distinct sound that creates a totally unique ambience in its time and place.
One more thing to consider while tinkering with the sonic nature of your water art is the echo factor. If you place your fountain, sculpture, water wall, or waterfall in a room that contains high ceilings, wooden or tiled floors, and plenty of open space, your water art will produce full rhythmic sounds that will echo. This setup will produce a thorough soundscape and will enhance the rich potential of your purchase. Layers of sound will travel and echoes will be noticeable. However, if echoes bother you, you may be more inclined to place your water art in a busier area. A more closed or more furnished space will reduce the echo while still providing a local rhythm of soothing water cycles.
Ultimately, when evaluating sound factors, it is important to find what you personally enjoy. Let the water speak to you; let it interact with you and your space. Let it fill your eyes, ears, and mind with a delightful experience. Nayer Kazemi Water Art will provide you and your environment with distinct ambience and rhythmic peace. Enjoy.
Have you ever taken the time to stare into water feature designs? I say into, because water features provide much more than a scenic experience, they yield an introspective experience. Water designs, such as walls, sculptures, fountains, and gardens, contain the spirit of life.
When I look into water art, I do not just see a sculpture with water running down it, I see the essence of life. I see the flowing nature of life. I become immersed in the sublime. The water never stops; it flows cyclically. It is important to feel these moments. I know that these moments are the key to happiness. The ebb and flow of life can be a wild journey that exacts stress and rigorous demands upon the body and mind. When I have to deal with work, family, and other responsibilities, sometimes my spirit of self is lost in the myriad of life. However, the best part of my existence is the moment when I can take a break from this journey and escape into the depths of the sublime. These moments of grandeur and awe provide a wonderful perspective on life. They illustrate the intrinsic nature of oneness, of water providing the foundation for which all things are based upon. My ability to press pause on the outside world when viewing beautiful water art like a glass water wall or a tabletop water fountain allows me to restore my inner self.
Some may find happiness in the sounds of silence; however, I find my happiness in the sounds of water. The constant flow and trickle of water helps me move into a space that nothing else compares to. The soothing sounds of water always help me proceed into a state of meditation and tranquility. Clearing my mind with nothing but a slight trickle in the background nourishes my life and helps provide clarity to this opaque world. As a child, I remember looking at my grandmother’s water fountain in her backyard and thinking, “What is this? Why does Grandma have this?” Looking back on it, I realize that my grandmother was just soaking in the moment. Many things in her life may have surpassed her, but that water fountain would always provide her a steady calm, a familiarity, an intrinsic happiness. Water art breathes fresh air into life due to the life driving force that it features, water. Water is the source of all life, without it, nothing would exist on this planet. The spirit of life that is innate to water can translate a positive medium to all things around it. I am sure that when my grandmother looked outside at her water fountain, she did not see just a round sculpture with water trickling down the sides and spraying out of the top, she closed her eyes and saw her life pass through her mind. The water fountain provided her with life.
Water simply lives. Water carves out a path and flows down it. Sometimes it may even create detours, but unlike humanity, water does not care about these detours. Water just keeps flowing, providing a calm, steady motion of life. Water provides the ultimate example of living in the moment. When life becomes overbearing, it is important to maintain a positive perspective. Inner peace can be achieved in numerous ways. One of my favorite ways is to take a moment and enjoy beautiful water art. While the sound of the water provides me with a simple relaxation, the flow of the water serves an example to keep moving along at a pace that I am comfortable with. When I am in the right frame of body and mind, I feel complete.
Water flows throughout our entire body. It only makes sense that we would enjoy the sublime nature of it. Nayer Kazemi creates an engaging contemporary collection of water art, including interior fountains, outdoor fountains, office fountains, custom indoor water fountains using glass, stainless steel, copper and many other materials. She fully believes in the ability of water to impact the mind and body. Her dedicated work with water is her attempt to give us all an opportunity to experience water art and the effects it has upon life. Nayer Kazemi’s water fountains can provide more than just an aesthetic beauty; it can provide a state of mind, a perspective, an imaginative wonder, an inner peace.
Get lost within yourself. It can be a better place to be than the world surrounding you.
How many times have you wished for a moment of peace? I know that I have on countless occasions. Sometimes it seems like the world around us moves so quickly that we are constantly struggling to keep up. When was the last time you could take a moment of silence and connect with your inner self? It seems like the only time I can do this is when I am camping. For me, listening to nature is just as peaceful as pure silence. Something about being alone in the midst of rustling trees, flowing water, and fresh air moves me into a state of relaxation and inner peace.
Nayer Kazemi understands the human need for serenity. Her water fountains, table tops, and water sculptures aim to tap into the healing aspects of nature. Nayer believes that “Seeing, feeling, and hearing the sound of water brings peace and tranquility to many aspects of our lives.” I could not agree more. The healing aspects of water entail the healing of the mind. Our world traps us in a boxed city life. The hustle and bustle of everyday life takes its toll on everyone. There is very little escape from the countless distractions that pollute our mind. Discordant sounds constantly pound away into our ears. Distressing sights stain our eyes. The sights and sounds of our normal days are so overwhelming. Unwinding from these ceaseless encounters is almost impossible. The only possible solution is to get away from it all. Immerse yourself in nature. Immerse yourself in meditation. Immerse yourself in yourself.
This is where Nayer’s water art really shines. Nayer’s water art will bring nature, harmony, and tranquility into your life. Nayer’s water art can allow you to find yourself. You can unwind from the stress of everything by taking a moment to enjoy the sight and sound of Nayer’s nature inspired creations. Her water art can bring a piece of nature into your surroundings. You can have a water sculpture in your home, an office fountain at your desk, or a waterfall in your backyard. Each of these water features will provide you with an outlet, a way to regress into a simpler mode. Water is not only a vital source of life, but also a natural healing property. Sounds of water can recall stored memories of nature. These memories can provide a moment of relief, taking you out of the office or the city, and immersing you in simple nature. Water art does not just serve as an enjoyable product, water art allows for spiritual and inner healing. It is impossible to go camping and enjoy nature everyday when you have numerous responsibilities to your family and work. However, taking a moment to immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of water art can shift your mind into an inner state of being. A sound mind always promotes a sound body. Detoxing the pollutants of our boxed lives is an important process in finding spiritual and physical tranquility.
The positive impact of Nayer Kazemi’s water art serves to alleviate the destructive forces that surround us. Balance and harmony is essential to happiness. Nayer Kazemi Water Art can provide the peace that we all desire.
With much dedication, Nayer honed her artistic skills by studying the fine arts for many years. She began her studies in Persia at Tehran University. She then moved to California and continued her education at California State University, Los Angeles. Nayer completed her art studies at the Art Center College of Design, Pasadena. Continually seeking to improve and learn something new, Nayer challenged herself to become a great artist. Her passion for art has been her driving force since childhood and her abilities have not gone unnoticed. Nayer has been recognized in many fine art competitions and her art exhibitions have been featured in selected galleries.
Throughout her career, Nayer has worked on numerous artistic mediums, including drawing, oil painting, ceramics, wood and plaster carving, “Ayeneh Karri” (the ancient Persian art of mirror work), and metal fabrication techniques. With such an extensive and diverse artistic background, it took some time for Nayer to realize her calling. Nayer chose to begin her water inspired craft after hearing the sounds of water in her head. Her fascination with water, in combination with her diverse artistic background, led to the creation of her unique Water Art™. The ability to fuse together all of her artistic abilities into a thematic element of water has allowed Nayer to spread the idea of water being present in one’s life and home.
Nayer believes that water is an important part of our existence, and she hopes to communicate this idea through her art. She sums up her sentiment with this, “98% of the human body is composed of water, ¾ of our planet is covered by water. Water is in the soil, the air. Water is in every part of nature. Seeing, feeling, and hearing the sound of water brings peace and tranquility to many aspects of our lives.”
Understanding the depths of water and its impact upon life on Earth, Nayer has dedicated her life to displaying the tremendous life sustaining and healing qualities of water.
“By exploring and journeying through this art form, it is my hope and desire to create balance and harmony in my work and my life. Perhaps in this way, my work may touch the lives of others." -Nayer Kazemi