Kuros Zahedi's work explores consciousness, the human being and its ultimate inseparability with nature. In September 2013, Kuros and his family will begin a journey to SE Asia, Morocco and Southern Europe. He will be focusing on nature based work and on creating with local and found fabrics, indigenous dyes, ochers and self-made inks.
In addition to his studio and nature based work, Kuros has collaborated with organizations to successfully complete many community based art projects. His art project Finding Away transformed one year's worth of one man's trash into a single work of art.
Kuros has worked with organizations such as the City of Seattle, Bumbershoot, 4Culture, Sound Transit, Bellingham Parks and numerous public and private schools. His art as been awarded grants from King County, the City of Seattle and the Tides Foundation and has appeared on blogs, featured on network television and in regional newspapers.