Elham Azimi was born in Tehran in 1991 and completed her bachelor's degree (Tehran University, Fine Arts Campus) and master's degree (Al-Zahra University) in the field of painting. Azimi has participated in more than 12 group exhibitions in different galleries in Tehran, 2 solo exhibitions in Mojdeh Art Gallery and 1 solo exhibition at Sam Center in cooperation with Mojdeh Art Gallery. Her works are aligned with with her university research on the tree form in the works of Klimt (Bachelor's degree) and the face painting process in contemporary Iranian art (Master's degree). This means that every huge exhibition had a university plan and then it was displayed. From this point of view, every exhibition is a written and visual project for her. Looking at nature, she has discussed the nature of change and continuity in the essence of nature and has shown the foundations of culture based on the combination of colors on the scene of nature: It means that a cultural element, uses production color with volume and collage to represent nature. It should be said that nature is a great source of inspiration in Elham Azimi artworks and is based on the idea that man should return to nature for reflection and be able to get rid of the cultural complications and not only think about nature itself but also deepen his thoughts in nature. In the collection of portraits, the artist has moved towards the human identity and its recognition and has compared the transformations and changes in the appearance of the face in the portraits with the life of the contemporary man, which is fragmented, and has thought about them both. For her, man is manifested in his multiple determinations, and the face, apart from the appearance, has a moral meaning: The meaning in which everyone else is like a part of patchwork and each of these pieces are what make life in today and contemporary world. Apart from what has been said, Elham Azimi in order to reach the meaning field of patchwork and redefine nature, has used different media and various techniques, each of which, according to her vision, brings the viewer closer to the meaning field desired by the artist and this is the fields of meaning that make up the visual-mental structure of the viewer and the artist. This structure means the presence and emergence of another and the moral dimension that Azimi has considered and implemented both in her thinking about nature and in her thinking about man.