Melodies from Arabia

The cornerstone for this series were instruments that originated within the Arab world. I wanted to highlight and cherish these beautifully euphonic tools which sadly, we don't hear quite as often as before in today's music scene, although they have contributed an awful lot to Arab history and heritage.

Other than the visual process, it was also a great learning experience for me exploring the origins and history of these extraordinary tools. Prints will soon be available on the website shop. Stay posted!

 

PAINTINGS

The Oud Player // strumming

Acrylic on canvas

80 cm x 80 cm x 3.8 cm

The Mizmar Player // oriental woodwind

Acrylic on canvas

80 cm x 80 xm x 3.8 cm

PRINTS

The Oud Player // strumming

Pen on craft paper (350g)

A5

The Mizmar Player // oriental woodwind

Pen on craft paper (350g)

A5

The Tabla Player // doum & tek

Acrylic on canvas

80 cm x 80 xm x 3.8 cm

The Qanun Player // sounds of Jerusalem

Acrylic on canvas

80 cm x 80 xm x 3.8 cm

 

The Tabla Player // doum & tek

Pen on craft paper (350g)

A5

The Qanun Player // sounds of Jerusalem

Pen on craft paper (350g)

A5

The Rababa Player // a folksy fiddle

Acrylic on canvas

80 cm x 80 xm x 3.8 cm

The Riq Player // traditional jingles

Acrylic on canvas

80 cm x 80 xm x 3.8 cm

 

The Rababa Player // a folksy fiddle

Pen on craft paper (350g)

A5

The Riq Player // traditional jingles

Pen on craft paper (350g)

A5