The exhibition - The Year of Tolerance :

The exhibition celebrates “The Year of Tolerance” proclaimed in UAE for the year 2019 by His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of UAE.
For the occasion calligraphers from UAE, Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and Sudan express themselves with original and colourful works, that highlight the
values of tolerance, dialogue, coexistence and respect.

Aisha Alabbar Art Gallery thinks that calligraphy is one of the most powerful art forms that give life to written words. 

The exhibition is curated by Aisha Alabbar Art Gallery.

Eleven renowned and award-winning artists and calligraphers are showcasing their masterpieces at Aisha Alabbar Art Gallery:

Tagalsir Hassan

Sudanese artist lives and works in Sharjah. He received his Master’s in Graphic Design from the Central School of Art and Design, London. He is a founding member of Hroof Arabiya Calligraphy magazine and Arabic Calligraphy activities across Sharjah and Dubai. Also, he has been a member of the Preparatory Committees for Sharjah Calligraphy Biennial until 2018 and a Member of Awards Refereeing Committees for Fine Arts and Arabic Calligraphy in UAE, Oman and Bahrain. Tagalsir has won more than 17 awards in Arabic Calligraphy competitions and exhibitions, He has exhibited his art solely and joint with other artists across UAE since 1998 such as: First Solo Exhibition (Hilton Hotel, Dubai), Annual Exhibition “Emirates Fine Arts Society” 18thEdition (Sharjah), Jawhar Assowar (The Cultural and Scientific Association, Dubai), Versatile (University of Sharjah), Joint exhibition “Entwined” with Emirati Artist PhD.

Poetry 1  Acrylic on canvas 60 X 60 cm

Poetry 1
Acrylic on canvas
60 X 60 cm

Poetry 2  Acrylic on canvas 80 X 80 cm

Poetry 2
Acrylic on canvas
80 X 80 cm

Quran 1  “For indeed, with hardship [will be] ease (5) Indeed, with hardship [will be] ease (6)” (The Quran 94:5-6 | Surah Al-Sharh, Verse 5-6) Acrylic on canvas 100 X 100 cm

Quran 1
“For indeed, with hardship [will be] ease (5) Indeed, with hardship [will be] ease (6)”
(The Quran 94:5-6 | Surah Al-Sharh, Verse 5-6)
Acrylic on canvas
100 X 100 cm

Quran 2  “And say: My Lord! Cause me to land at a blessed landing-place, for You are the Best of those who bring to land” (The Quran 23:29 | Surah Al Mu’minun, Verse 29) Acrylic on canvas 100 X 100 cm

Quran 2
“And say: My Lord! Cause me to land at a blessed landing-place,
for You are the Best of those who bring to land”
(The Quran 23:29 | Surah Al Mu’minun, Verse 29)
Acrylic on canvas
100 X 100 cm

Poetry 3  Acrylic on canvas 100 X 150

Poetry 3
Acrylic on canvas
100 X 150

Poetry 4  Acrylic on canvas 100 X 150 cm

Poetry 4
Acrylic on canvas
100 X 150 cm

Shabir Ahmed Mir

A Pakistani multi-disciplinary practitioner in the Arts – specializing in Sculpture, Photography and Curation, Shabir Ahmed Mir has a BFA in Communication Design from National College of Arts Lahore, Pakistan with Graphic Design as Major and Photography as Minor. Several of his works have been exhibited across the world including the Site-Specific Installation for Sikka Art Fair 2019 by the Dubai Culture. His works have been exhibited at the 7thAnnual Ras All Khaimah Fine Arts Festival and at several galleries in the UAE. He also conducted a solo exhibition for the Department of Culture – Eastern Region, UAE. Shabir has curated a number of exhibitions including ‘The Things I Paint’ group exhibition in Dubai, the ‘Scope of Art’ group exhibition, and ‘It Came from the Desert’ group exhibition as well as an imaginative drawing workshop for children.

Unscripted 1  Titanium 130 X 60 X 50 cm

Unscripted 1
Titanium
130 X 60 X 50 cm

Unscripted 2  Titanium 120 X 60 X 50 cm

Unscripted 2
Titanium
120 X 60 X 50 cm

Unscripted 3  Titanium 100 X 70 cm

Unscripted 3
Titanium
100 X 70 cm

Humans  Titanium 100 X 50 X 20 cm

Humans
Titanium
100 X 50 X 20 cm

Mohamed Gourashi Alim

Sudanese Artist Born and Raised in UAE, left UAE to India to pursuit his studies in Computer Science, Upon Completion he lived in Sudan, For 7 years before returning and settled in Abu Dhabi, UAE since 2007. Calligraphy has been Mohamed’s passion for as long as he can remember. The strokes and curves in Diwani Calligraphy style fascinated him and motivate him the most to concentrate and learn Arabic Calligraphy styles. Mohamed exposure to different cultures enables him to explore and develop his unique Calligraphy style, with more than 16 years of experience in Arabic Calligraphy and Modern Art. Al Gourashi intricate Calligraphic composition not only on the words and their meaning but also on their movement. As Sudanese Artist Based in UAE (Abu Dhabi), heblendsthe Arabic Classic Calligraphy with Modern Art and Africa Art to reflect the reality of Mankind and the world we live in today.

Relief   Acrylic on canvas  80 X 80 cm

Relief
Acrylic on canvas
80 X 80 cm

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Nucleus  Acrylic on canvas 50 x 50 cm

Nucleus
Acrylic on canvas
50 x 50 cm

Narjes Noureddine

Emirati Calligrapher and Interior Designer residing in UAE. Narjes graduated with honour from College of Arts and Creative Enterprises, Zayed University with BFA in Interior Design and she was awarded for her classic calligraphy work in the Algeria’s Int’l Cultural Calligraphy Festival – Tlemcen in 2011 and is internationally recognized since 2004 with her first int’l award from IRCICA – Istanbul. Her artworks in both classic and modern styles gained great exposure and found many appreciating collectors around the globe.She has implemented the permanent calligraphy murals “Diwan Osha” in the Women’s Museum – Dubai, the façade artwork of the GDRFA, dozens of other artworks and murals for Emaar’s Boulevard Plaza Towers, Arady’s Central Park Towers in DIFC, RAK Investment Authority, a chandelier “The Shining Letters” for Sharjah Museum and many other high-end projects. In addition, she created tens of logos, a fragrance bottle design for an international brand, and has lately introduced Sheikh Zayed poem “How Beautiful This World Is” in an opera performance influenced by her Arabic Calligraphy art, in collaboration with high profile professionals from the Royal Opera House of London. Narjes delivers her artworks in different forms ranging from classical calligraphy plates to modern paintings, murals and sculptures.

Ibrahim’s Prayer (PBUH) “Grant, O Lord, That I and my offspring may remain constant in devotion.  Grant, O Lord, my supplication (40) O Lord, forgive me, my parents and the faithful on the Day the reckoning is done (41)” (The Quran 14:40-41 | Surah Ibrahim, Verse 40-41)  Acrylic on canvas 200 X 100 cm

Ibrahim’s Prayer (PBUH)
“Grant, O Lord, That I and my offspring may remain constant in devotion.
Grant, O Lord, my supplication (40) O Lord, forgive me, my parents and the faithful on the Day the reckoning is done (41)”
(The Quran 14:40-41 | Surah Ibrahim, Verse 40-41)
Acrylic on canvas
200 X 100 cm

Mohamed Elagaty

Egyptian Calligrapher and engineer residing in Dubai. Agaty was awarded for Best Calligraphy Mural Design for LANDMARK selected by Maraya and Best Calligraphy logo design for Zain Media Group in Abu Dhabi, also he exhibited at Alseef Meraas to showcase his calligraphy artworks. His artworks are filled with colours, that creates another dimension and depth to his designs. His work is a mix between handmade and digital work, handmade for originality, digital for logos and commercial projects. He started his professional journey in calligraphy five years ago by learning the basics of the major classic fonts until he developed his own signature style which is more into abstracts.

Intersection  Polycotton Canvas, Matte finish 100 X 100 cm

Intersection
Polycotton Canvas, Matte finish
100 X 100 cm

United  Polycotton Canvas with floating frame 1 X 1 m

United
Polycotton Canvas with floating frame
1 X 1 m

Majid Alyousef

Saudi contemporary artist and Arabic typographer based in Dubai. He has been practising Arabic calligraphy for more than 25 years and acquired mastery in the challenging thuluth script. He pursued a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from Iraq and a master’s degree in Interactive Design and Game Development from the Savannah College of Art and Design in the USA.Majid Alyousef has participated in a number of group exhibitions including the Sharjah Calligraphy Biennial 12 and 14, a landmark calligraffiti show at Dubai’s Street Art Gallery, and multiple exhibitions curated by the Dubai Centre of Arabic Calligraphy. His Arabic typography designs have appeared in several fine art books with clients including the Museum of Islamic Art in Doha and the Media Office of HH Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE, Rulerof Dubai; The Saudi Government, The Emirates Room at the UN building in Geneva and many other leading brands and institutions. His work can be identified by a unique marriage of intricate craftsmanship and experimental composition that frequently blurs lines between Islamic art and Abstraction, Cubism and the stylized Arabic alphabet.

White Sky 1  Acrylic on Canvas 120 X 90 cm

White Sky 1
Acrylic on Canvas
120 X 90 cm

White Sky 2  Acrylic on Canvas 120 X 90 cm

White Sky 2
Acrylic on Canvas
120 X 90 cm

Reflections By Anna Chiara Valentini, based on the name of Majid’s painting  Quilling Art 30 X 30 cm

Reflections
By Anna Chiara Valentini, based on the name of Majid’s painting
Quilling Art
30 X 30 cm

Abdulrazzak Mahmod

Syrian Calligraphy artist based in UAE. Abdulrazzak graduated with a diploma of applied arts (Arabic calligraphy department) and diploma of advertising design from the Damascus centre for informatics in Damascus. Abdulrazzak was awarded for many competitions including first place for the Okaz Market Competition in Saudi Arabic at 2014 and First place for the Diwani font in the Arsika competition in Istanbul at 2013. He also participated in many exhibitions such as the Visual and Cinematic exhibition from 2007 until 2011, The Arab Calligraphy Forum in 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014 and 2016, Also participated in the font exhibition held by the Emirates Fine Arts association in Sharjah, 2008.

“Take what is given freely, enjoin what is good, and turn away from the ignorant”   (Surah Al-A’raf, Verse 199)   Acrylic on Canvas 70 X 100 cm

“Take what is given freely, enjoin what is good, and turn away from the ignorant”
(Surah Al-A’raf, Verse 199)
Acrylic on Canvas
70 X 100 cm

Letters of Tolerance  Acrylic on Canvas 60 X 90 cm

Letters of Tolerance
Acrylic on Canvas
60 X 90 cm

Fatima Mohsen

Egyptian artist residing in the UAE. Fatima graduated with a bachelor of Islamic and Arabic studies from Al Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt. She is passionate about Arabic calligraphy and specialised in the Diwani calligraphy. Fatima is a self-learning artist, she had training courses in Diwani calligraphy and drawing with words. She participated in theArt Hub Dubai gallery group exhibition, also she was an Arabic calligraphy instructor at IRTQAA kids’ development centre, Abu Dhabi.

Life is Hope  Acrylic on canvas 90 x 60 cm

Life is Hope
Acrylic on canvas
90 x 60 cm

Hekmat Al Menisy 

Egyptian Artist and calligrapher based in UAE. Hekmat is a student in Fujairah fine Arts Academy. She is studying Al Raqea and Al Diwany font. Her ambition is to improve her skills and knowledge in calligraphy. Hekmat participated in a couple of exhibitions such as Exhibition of Fujairah fine arts Academy and firs oud forum, Exhibition of National day in Fujairah hospital and Exhibition of the ministry of culture in Al Ain.

“Of the blindness, of the sword and the dream of bone”  Acrylic on canvas 30 x 90 cm

“Of the blindness, of the sword and the dream of bone”
Acrylic on canvas
30 x 90 cm

Najia Shuaib

Pakistani Artist based in UAE. Najia graduated Honour from Pakistan with Masters in painting. She’s beenlearningcalligraphy and Islamic ornamentation for 3 years in Centre of Arabic Calligraphy and Islamic Ornamentation Sharjah. Najia participated in a couple of exhibitions like Thesis exhibition (contemporary art) in Pakistan, 2001 and Annual exhibition of Pakistan arts council at 2001 also Iines and decorations exhibition (islamic art and design) in Sharjah at 2018.

Ghaf Tree A symbol of tolerance and unity  Acrylic & Ink on Canvas 35 x 50 cm

Ghaf Tree A symbol of tolerance and unity
Acrylic & Ink on Canvas
35 x 50 cm

Fatima Nadia Rehman

Pakistani Artist and calligrapher based in UAE. Fatima Nadia Rehman is an Arabic calligraphy artist, who is based in Dubai. She taught Arabic calligraphy in DUCTAC (first person to open Arabic calligraphy classes to all nationalities), undergraduate students and school children. She has also taught the royal family Abu Dhabi, Dubai and the artists of the divan of the royal court of Oman. Although many of her works have been acquired by private art collectors; she has also been commissioned to produce artworks for the Royal Family of Abu Dhabi and Saudi, Galleries, Burj Khalifa, governmental organisations and five-star hotels which have her paintings on permanent display, including A.R.Rehman guitar, and works on porcelain and sculpture. She is also the winner of Al Ghurair public art commission, Marie Claire magazine inspirational women of UAE and 100 Women of UAE book. She is an entrepreneur and a visionary in the field of Arabic calligraphy and Islamic arts. She studied in the United States in Visual Communication at the Art Institute of Philadelphia. Then moved to New York for further studies in Islamic Art History and also worked as a senior designer at the global advertising firm Saatchi & Saatchi When returned to her native land to pursue a Double Master’s degree in Fine Arts at the National College of Arts in Lahore, specializing in Arabic Calligraphy (khat e thuluth) and Persian and Mughal miniatures. She focused on contemporary and traditional Islamic Miniatures and borders. Her teacheristhe last ustad to have learnt Mughal miniatures under ustad Shuja of the last Mughal emperor’s court. she was her teacher’s apprentice. Fatima practices classic Arabic calligraphy and modern miniatures, her style is unique in the sense that it has been distinguished by a contemporary flare.

Sea  Handmade wooden panel with gold leaf and calligraphy 60 x 80 cm

Sea
Handmade wooden panel with gold leaf and calligraphy
60 x 80 cm

The exhibition - Contemporary Calligraphy:

The exhibition is showcasing the different facets of Arabic calligraphy and masterpieces produced by established and famous calligraphers from UAE, Sudan, Saudi Arabia and Egypt.

Aisha Alabbar Art Gallery aims to celebrate calligraphy as one of the most powerful art forms that gives life to written words. It also underlines the deep meaning of the Arabic language in connection with Islam and Arabic traditions, such as poetry and the alphabet.

Ramadan is the best moment to celebrate these deep connections. For the occasion the artists express themselves with original and colorful works.

The exhibition is curated by Aisha Alabbar Art Gallery.
 
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Six renowned and award-winning artists and calligraphers are showcasing their masterpieces at Aisha Alabbar Art Gallery:

Fatima Al Hammadi

Emirati artist lives and works in UAE. She received her BFA degree from UAE University in 1994. She is the leader of UAE Graffiti artists, which is the first local graffiti group. Fatima participated in several art projects that entered Guinness World Records including the longest graffiti wall in Dubai in 2017. She has participated in more than 25 national exhibitions, along with international ones in London, Berlin and Sri Lanka. Fatima has 20 years of experience in Fine Arts and recently she started with the art of calligraphy and combined it with the Fine Arts. Her calligraphy art is mixture between the fine art and Arabic letters.

Jewel Acrylic on canvas 70 x 140 cm

Jewel
Acrylic on canvas 70 x 140 cm

Mystery Acrylic on canvas 100 x 100 cm

Mystery
Acrylic on canvas 100 x 100 cm

Harmony Acrylic on canvas 120 x 80 cm

Harmony
Acrylic on canvas
120 x 80 cm

Narjes Noureddine

Emirati Calligrapher and Interior Designer residing in UAE. Narjes graduated with honour from College of Arts and Creative Enterprises, Zayed University with BFA in Interior Designand she was awarded for her classic calligraphy work in the Algeria’s Int’l Cultural Calligraphy Festival – Tlemcen in 2011 and is internationally recognized since 2004 with her first int’l award from IRCICA – Istanbul. Her artworks in both classic and modern styles gained great exposure and found many appreciating collectors around the globe. In addition, she created tens of logos, a fragrance bottle design for an international brand, and has lately introduced Sheikh Zayed poem “How Beautiful This World Is” in an opera performance influenced by her Arabic Calligraphy art, in collaboration with high profile professionals from the Royal Opera House of London. Narjes delivers her artworks in different forms ranging from classical calligraphy plates, to modern paintings, murals and sculptures.

God’s Light  ”For him whom God does not give any light, there is no light” (The Quran 24:40 | Surah Al Nour, Verse 40) Acrylic on canvas 90 x 120 cm

God’s Light
”For him whom God does not give any light, there is no light”
(The Quran 24:40 | Surah Al Nour, Verse 40)
Acrylic on canvas 90 x 120 cm

In Dire Need ”My Lord, I have need of whatever good you send me” (The Quran 28:24 | Surah Al Qasas, Verse 24) Acrylic on canvas 90 x 120 cm

In Dire Need
”My Lord, I have need of whatever good you send me”
(The Quran 28:24 | Surah Al Qasas, Verse 24)
Acrylic on canvas 90 x 120 cm

Ibrahim’s Prayer (PBUH) ”Grant, O Lord, that I and my offspring may remain constant in devotion. Grant, O Lord, my supplication (40) O Lord, forgive me, my parents and the faithful on the Day the reckoning is done (41)” (The Quran 14:40-41 | Surah Ibrahim, Verse 40-41) Acrylic on Canvas 200 x 100 cm

Ibrahim’s Prayer (PBUH)
”Grant, O Lord, that I and my offspring may remain constant in devotion. Grant, O Lord, my
supplication (40) O Lord, forgive me, my parents and the faithful on the Day the reckoning is done
(41)”
(The Quran 14:40-41 | Surah Ibrahim, Verse 40-41)
Acrylic on Canvas 200 x 100 cm

Tagalsir Hassan

Sudanese artist lives and works in Sharjah. He received his Master’s in Graphic Design from the Central School of Art and Design, London. He is a founding member of Hroof Arabiya Calligraphy magazine and Arabic Calligraphy activities across Sharjah and Dubai. Also, he has been a member of the Preparatory Committees for Sharjah Calligraphy Biennial until 2018 and a Member of Awards Refereeing Committees for Fine Arts and Arabic Calligraphy in UAE, Oman and Bahrain. Tagalsir has won more than 17 awards in Arabic Calligraphy competitions and exhibitions, He has exhibited his art solely and joint with other artists across UAE since 1998 such as: First Solo Exhibition (Hilton Hotel, Dubai), Annual Exhibition “Emirates Fine Arts Society” 18thEdition (Sharjah), Jawhar Assowar (The Cultural and Scientific Association, Dubai), Versatile (University of Sharjah), Joint exhibition “Entwined” with Emirati Artist PhD.

Poetry 1 Acrylic on canvas 60 x 60 cm

Poetry 1
Acrylic on canvas 60 x 60 cm

Poetry 2 Acrylic on canvas 80 x 80 cm

Poetry 2
Acrylic on canvas 80 x 80 cm

Quran 1 ”For indeed, with hardship [will be] ease (5) indeed, with hardship [will be] ease (6)” (The Quran 94:5-6 | Surah Al-Sharh, Verse 5-6) Acrylic on canvas 100 x 100 cm

Quran 1
”For indeed, with hardship [will be] ease (5) indeed, with hardship [will be] ease (6)”
(The Quran 94:5-6 | Surah Al-Sharh, Verse 5-6)
Acrylic on canvas 100 x 100 cm

Quran 2 ”And say: My Lord! Cause me to land at a blessed landing-place, for You are the Best of those who bring to land” (The Quran 23:29 | Surah Al Mu’minun, Verse 29) Acrylic on canvas 100 x 100 cm

Quran 2
”And say: My Lord! Cause me to land at a blessed landing-place, for You are the Best of those
who bring to land”
(The Quran 23:29 | Surah Al Mu’minun, Verse 29)
Acrylic on canvas 100 x 100 cm

Poetry 3 Acrylic on canvas 100 x 150 cm

Poetry 3
Acrylic on canvas
100 x 150 cm

Poetry 4 Acrylic on canvas  100 x 150 cm

Poetry 4
Acrylic on canvas
100 x 150 cm

Mohammed Mandi

Emirati Calligrapher lives and works in Abu Dhabi as Calligraphy Expert in Abu Dhabi TCA and teaches calligraphy at the Art Hub. He received his Diploma in Calligraphy from Egypt. Also, he obtained Thuluth and Naskh Scripts Degree and “Honorable Hilya” calligraphy certificate from master calligrapher Hassan Jalibi – Istanbul. He won 1st place of “Kufic Script Category” at “Hamd Allah Al Amasi” Calligraphy Competition and received a Letter of Appreciation from former French President Jacque Chirac. He has conducted many solo exhibitions around UAE, Oman and France since 1999; including “The Gift” which contained extracts from the sayings of the late Sh. Zayed Al Nahyan – May Allah rest his soul in peace. Mohammed has also designed fonts of many passports as UAE, Kuwait, Qatar and Oman; as well as currencies as AED, BHD and SYP. He inscribed 30 quotes of the late Sh. Zayed (May Allah rest his soul in peace) on 10 marbles and the UAE National Anthem’s text on a Flag Island Building both in Diwani script.

Ya Rab (1) (O Lord)  Acrylic & Ink on canvas 94 x 60 cm

Ya Rab (1)
(O Lord)
Acrylic & Ink on canvas 94 x 60 cm

Bism Allah, Mashallah (In the name of God, whatever God wills) Acrylic & Gold paper on canvas 100 x 80 cm

Bism Allah, Mashallah
(In the name of God, whatever God wills)
Acrylic & Gold paper on canvas 100 x 80 cm

Ya Rab (2) (O Lord) Acrylic & Ink on canvas 60 x 94 cm

Ya Rab (2)
(O Lord)
Acrylic & Ink on canvas 60 x 94 cm

Ya Kareem (O Generous) Acrylic & Ink & Gold paper on canvas 60 x 94 cm

Ya Kareem
(O Generous)
Acrylic & Ink & Gold paper on canvas 60 x 94 cm

Ya Allah Ya Rahman Ya Raheem (O God, O Merciful, O Most Merciful) Acrylic & Ink & Gold paper on canvas 60 x 94 cm

Ya Allah Ya Rahman Ya Raheem
(O God, O Merciful, O Most Merciful)
Acrylic & Ink & Gold paper on canvas 60 x 94 cm

Mashallah, La Hawla wala Qowa ella Bellah (whatever God wills, there is no power but God) Homemade Filled Paper & Ink & Gold paper 45 x 95 cm

Mashallah, La Hawla wala Qowa ella Bellah
(whatever God wills, there is no power but God)
Homemade Filled Paper & Ink & Gold paper
45 x 95 cm

Majid Alyousef

Saudi contemporary artist and Arabic typographer based in Dubai. He has been practicing Arabic calligraphy for more than 25 years and acquired mastery in the challenging thuluth script. He pursued a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from Iraq and a master’s degree in Interactive Design and Game Development from the Savannah College of Art and Design in the USA. Majid Alyousef has participated in a number of group exhibitions including the Sharjah Calligraphy Biennial 12 and 14, a landmark calligraffiti show at Dubai’s Street Art Gallery, and multiple exhibitions curated by the Dubai Centre of Arabic Calligraphy. His Arabic typography designs have appeared in several fine art books with clients including the Museum of Islamic Art in Doha and the Media Office of HH Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE, ruler of Dubai; The Saudi Government, The Emirates Room at the UN building in Geneva and many other leading brands and institutions. His work can be identified by a unique marriage of intricate craftsmanship and experimental composition that frequently blurs lines between Islamic art and Abstraction, Cubism and the stylized Arabic alphabet.

White Sky 1 Acrylic on canvas 120 x 90 cm

White Sky 1
Acrylic on canvas 120 x 90 cm

White Sky 2 Acrylic on canvas 120 x 90 cm

White Sky 2
Acrylic on canvas 120 x 90 cm

Reflections By Anna Chiara Valentini, based on the name of Majid’s painting Quilling Art 30 x 30 cm

Reflections
By Anna Chiara Valentini, based on the name of Majid’s painting
Quilling Art 30 x 30 cm

Diaa Allam

Egyptian muralist and live art performer based in UAE. He is Urban Planner and Landscape Architect in profession, the founder of Naht Designs and the Curator of Ajman Murals Project. Diaa won Al Dar Arabic Calligraphy Art Competition. Diaa has participated in many live art shows and exhibitions across the UAE in addition to: Dubai Guinness Record Graffiti Scroll and RAK Guinness Record Biggest glow-in-the-dark graffiti wall. His artworks are displayed in many private and public collections in addition to governmental offices and old buildings outer walls.

A Pathway to Heaven 02 One’s reputation arises by his morality and in his absence he is dignified Acrylic on canvas 120 x 120 cm

A Pathway to Heaven 02
One’s reputation arises by his morality and in his absence he is dignified
Acrylic on canvas 120 x 120 cm

A Pathway to Heaven 03  One’s reputation arises by his morality and in his absence he is dignified  Acrylic on canvas 120 x 120 cm

A Pathway to Heaven 03
One’s reputation arises by his morality and in his absence he is dignified
Acrylic on canvas 120 x 120 cm

A Pathway to Heaven 04 One’s reputation arises by his morality and in his absence he is dignified  Acrylic on canvas 120 x 120 cm

A Pathway to Heaven 04
One’s reputation arises by his morality and in his absence he is dignified
Acrylic on canvas 120 x 120 cm

Previous Exhibitions at our Art Gallery