Faye Asadi was born in Iran in 1960 into the rich culture of the Persian community. After graduating from the Tehran University of Art, her work was shown as the
Abassi Museum and several other prominent galleries before she left her country.
After coming to America as a mother of two children, she continued her passion of painting and metal work. The main inspiration for her designs on metal has been the rich and diverse Iranian culture. Her prize winning metal work has been displayed throughout the South, and won 3rd place in the 2001 Prairie Arts Festival.
Faye practices the mediums of oil, acrylic, watercolor, mixed media, and India ink in her diverse painting styles, including abstraction, realism, and traditionalism. Her work has been displayed in the Columbus Arts Counil and the Chalet Gallery in Columbus. Most of her paintings reflect her love of the South's outdoors. Her painting responds directly to the light, color, and liveliness of her experiences in the natural world.