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2020

Acrylic on canvas

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Dimensions: 140cm (H) x 100cm (W) x 2cm (D) / 55.1" (H) x 39.4" (W) x 0.8" (D)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.

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Grandparents, where love and attention is from the heart where they are, they treat us like little princes, we always love them and feel safe and well-being in their presence, the artwork speaks of the relationship between grandparents and grandchildren, and the grandparents' interest in us The grandfather and his granddaughter were wearing the Palestinian folk costume as a symbol of the homeland and identity.

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Born: 1981

Hometown: Gaza City

Based in: Gaza City

He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Art Education, Al-Aqsa University in Palestine (2004 AD), and worked as an art teacher in schools affiliated with the Palestinians. The Ministry of Education, since (2006 AD), and participated in the program to develop the art of drawing in schools, and also worked as a trainer in the Arts and Crafts Village, to recycle environmental materials, in (2005). He received a production grant, from Dar Qandil, through the Visual Arts grant, and also participated in many art workshops, such as the illustration workshop with the British artist (Alia Kazalt), at the Tamer Foundation (2004 AD), and a workshop in re-manufacturing with the artist Scottish (Russian). Georgeson) (2004 AD), et al. He received a course in plastic art in (2000), a course in plastic arts (2001), and a course in principles of artistic design (2020). I love artwork that has texture, including the artist's sense of moving his brush or hand over the artwork, so I try to pay attention to the different textures and show them in my work in different ways through printing or using the different tools available and studying the relationships of the elements to each other and their relationship to the surroundings They lie in it and highlight the current situation with its different feelings and bear the burdens of a country that has suffered from the scourge of continuous wars. A siege divides the back, and I try to preserve the Palestinian heritage and identity by highlighting some elements inspired by Palestinian dress from painting and printing, the selected collective exhibitions.
(2021 AD) Illuminations, Faculty of Arts and Culture, Dar Al-Kalima University, Gaza. (2020 AD), Eye on Gaza, French Center, Gaza. (2019 AD), Artists Without Borders Symposium, second session, Berlin. (2015 AD) Exhibition of Earth and Man, House of Science for Culture and Arts, Bait Al-Sinari, Cairo. (2014 AD), Diaries from Our Lives Here in Gaza, Zara Gallery, Jordan. (2016 AD), The Second Palestine International Festival for Contemporary Art, Chalet Hall, Gaza. (2017 AD), Song of the Stone, YMCA, Gaza. Ataa, Arts and Crafts Village, Gaza. (2021 AD) - Exhibition (Colors of Hope) at Bab al-Deir Gallery / Bethlehem. (2021) - Exhibition "From Stone to the Sea" at the headquarters of Dar Qandil Tulkarm.


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