Back with the artist interview feature with one of my favourite artists of our generation, Esraa Zidan. Her positive outlook on life and dedication to her craft radiates through her beautiful paintings. Find out more about the most talented Esraa Zidan in today's blog post.Read More
Naila Marei is an artist with a goal to essentially start a conversation and communicate through her raw, and beautifully unprecedented portraits. Find out more about this unbelievably talented artist in today's blog post.Read More
Danielle Orchard. The first non-Egyptian artist featured on the blog. Her passion and raw nature enables her to produce such beautiful masterpieces, and interviewing her was a great pleasure. Find out more about this talented artist in today's blog post!Read More
Check out my interview with one of the most talented artists I know, not to mention, my favourite, Tasneem El Meshad. Such a genuine and passionate character, and this energy is also exercised in her work. Find out more in today's artist interview feature!Read More
Continuing the Interchange Series with a twist. This was a fun piece to make. Check out the process of "TETRIS I" and let me know what you think!
Introducing the first feature for the artist interview series with artist Amina El Demirdash. Check it out and comment your thoughts!Read More
I decided to document my first time painting a mural @ the Tadamon - The Egyptian Refugee Multicultural Council in the community center located in Maadi. Find out more about my experience and how the mural turned out in this blog post!Read More
Dia Azzawi is one of the most accomplished Arab artists of our time. Having explored many different arenas and interdisciplinary methods in his career and developed his style time and time again, Azzawi proves there are no limits to what one can achieve in their lifetime.Read More
Mohamed Abou ElWafa's distinctive style sheds light on the lively and vibrant side of the Egyptian culture. With his flamboyant colour palette, he delivers a warm sentiment enabling you to experience a little bit of the Egyptian way of life. Find out more about this special artist in today's post!Read More
Inès Longevial is an accomplished French artist; from working with big clients to her own personal work, Longevial makes it a point to maintain her creative freedom. Find out more about this special artist in today's post.Read More
Erin Armstrong is an artist on the horizon and on her way to being the artist of our generation. I've been lucky to have been following her work for a while now and I'm excited to share it on the blog. Find out more about Erin Armstrong in today's post.Read More
Guilherme Kramer, a self proclaimed "Brazilian expressionist" with a unique style successfully reimagined time and time again! Find out more about Kramer and his work in today's postRead More
the idea behind the interchange series is quite simple and straight forward. It is derived from the preconceived ideologies that society and culture constantly feed us, from a gender-based dimension. For more on the interchange series, click here.
"Genesis" has been one of those paintings that have been shelved for a few years now just because I didn't know what I wanted to do with it, until I completely forgot about it. I found it in the back with many other incomplete paintings and just stared at it for a while until I decided to just "roll with it." I usually like to plan my paintings out, from the colours I use to the lines, but to break routine a little bit, I decided to be a little spontaneous with this one, and I think it worked out pretty well.
What do you think?