She was born in Tehran and studied art there. She is an internationally recognized artist and has had numerous exhibitions worlwide. She has also had over twenty books published.
As a child she loved to climb trees and spend the day looking at the world from above. Feeroozeh Golmohammadi dreams of a place where people live together in harmoney, where borders have no meaning and where all living beings are equal.
1984-winner of The best calendar, Pakistan.
1988-Runner up award in the Noma concourse competition, UNESCO, Japan.
1990-The Gold plaque, Tehran.
1991-The crystal pen, Tehran.
1992-Bronze Medal, UNESCO-EZRA JACK KEATS, New York.
1992-Runner up award in the Noma concourse competition, UNESCO, Japan.
1994-The Hans Christian Andersen plaque Honorary Diploma, Spain.
1994-lllustration selected by UNECO for the calendar.
1994-The Honorary certificate from the painting & sculpture Academy, Columbia.
1996-The Encouragement Award in the Noma concourse competition, UNESCO, Japan.
1998- second prize in the Noma Concours competition, UNESCO, Japan.
2000-Runner up award in the Noma Concourse competition, UNESCO, Japan.
2006-Gold medal, India.
2006-seleted book, Octagon, France.
2006-selected book, The white Ravens, Munich
Feeroozeh Golmohammadi is an Iranian artist and the first woman from her country to win international recognition in the field of arts, Born in Tehran in June 21st, 1951 , she began her art education in high school and obtained a diploma in this field. She continued her studies at an art university in Iran and during years of experience, she developed her own unique style. Feeroozeh is primarily a miniaturist and is highly acclaimed as the modernizer of Persian miniature.