Yasaman Mehrsa is a Toronto-based visual artist. Born and raised in Iran, Yasaman has been devoted to art from an early age. She earned Bachelor's degrees in visual communication and graphic design from Iran, and Bachelor of visual arts from Canada. Yasaman uses both digital and traditional mediums. Her work is often representative of the relationship between humans and nature. She conveys a story or invokes a certain emotion in each of her works to inspire her audiences to interact with the natural environment. Her purpose is to emanate good vibes and energy through her art. Yasaman has a strong passion for public art and strives to create works that are distinctive, engaging and memorable. She has become an active public artist since 2018.
She has worked on different public art projects for various communities and organizations in the past couple of years within Canada, including Street Art Toronto, Bell Box Murals, Public Art Pickering, Public Art Oshawa, Public Art Hamilton, KJ Bit Laneway Project, The Canadian Heritage Public Art Ottawa, Baycrest Brain Project, Church Village Community, Moonlight Murals Collective, Neighbourhood Love TO, Wall Noize, Womenx, Lakeshore Arts, Etobicoke Arts, various BIAs, etc. She has done public art projects in different platforms and sizes: small installation, traffic signal box, Street Box, underpass, wall, windows, steps, doors, banners and etc.