I am a Syrian artist based in Stockholm. I graduated from the University of Damascus 2005-2009, with a Bachelor degree in Fine Arts-Mural Painting. I have been working with Oil painting, Illustration, Sculpture, and Installation Art for the last 13 years.
I have a strong interest in human beings, and they are my favorite subject, both in drawing and painting. In my portraits I try to reveal what’s hidden behind the face.
During my studies at the University, I attended various workshops on multiple techniques, such as Plastic Art in cement, ceramics and graffiti, and experienced working with different techniques. Oil painting, however, has remained my favorite technique since with oil painting color manipulation is very easy and it has great flexibility where a wide range of varied effects can be produced. In the same manner, changing the surface can give the work different depth and texture.
"Hope Stockholm galleri och konsert" in Folkungkyrkan, Stockholm, Sweden. April 2017 Group exhibition and music concert supporting the work of Flyktingfadder.
"Syrian portraits" in Subtopia, Stockholm, Sweden March 2015 Solo exhibition of my past work in oil painting.
"Crossing Borders" in SOMarts gallery, San Francisco, USA June 2013 An international group exhibition presents the work of 36 emerging artist from 20 different countries.
"Propaganda" Damascus, Syria March 2012 Installation art exhibition created jointly by artists: Nada Ali, Mouna Abu-Assali and Amr Al-Shalati and curator Firas Shihab. The team worked interactively in producing diversified artistic works to address the idea "propaganda". We used multimedia including video, painting, graphic design, sculpture, some interactive works and sound. My contribution was in creating one oil painting, one installation sculpture and 4 other interactive sculptures.
11 participation in group exhibitions in Syria 2009-2012
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