Jamaleddin Toomajnia was born in 1981 in Gonbade Kavoos in Iran, one of three cities that called Turkmen Sahra. Toomaj is the name of a Turkmen tribe. His paintings are inspiring from his life as a Turkmen in Iran. Turkmen people live in a different life in Iran today between tradition and modernity Turkmens as Sunni Muslims have their traditions and own unique clothes, they have symbolic carpet patterns and embroideries. A hundred years ago Turkmen people lived in a nomadic way in their bowers named ‘Oy.' Nowadays they are living in Turkmenistan and two big cities in Iran, Gonbade Kavoos and Bandar Torkaman. They have their rituals and their ideas about the world. Maybe the youth generations of Turkmens are tired of this paradoxical world. Jamaleddin, in his experimentations in painting, wants to escape from some aspects of the traditional world that cause restricted thoughts. In his works, he tries to show his paradoxical view of the world that it came from his complicated society.
Jamaleddin's soul cannot stop on a single technic of creating art and every time he changes his tools to explain his feelings and emotional inner life.