Self-taught artistic talent Nima Jamishi sprinkled his magic on the streets of Dubbo last week with his captivating and unique art.
The street artist said it was his first time visiting Dubbo, and he wasn't disappointed.
"I had such a wonderful experience " Mr Jamishi said.
And according to the large audience of admirers who gathered around Mr Jamishi to purchase a one-of-a-kind piece of art, they too were not disappointed.
"I was welcomed by many locals whom all said to me that they wish they saw more art work like mine, which was a very humbling journey."
Mr Jamishi has been painting ever since he could walk, using various types of paints.
During his visit to Dubbo he used mostly spray paint, and methods such as lying objects over a canvas to create a desired shape or texture.
"I can't remember one day without painting in the last eight years. I paint at least 900 paintings a year," he said.
Mr Jamishi found unity and serenity in the gathering his art brought during his Dubbo visit.
"I will be sure to return back to your beautiful town very soon," he said.