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Patterns in Art/In the first place, the patterns concept is an underlying structure that organizes surfaces and framework. Along in a consistent, manner drawing, painting and design are essential to achieving a structured effort in composition. It directs the eye to every single detail in an image.

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But even so, we live surround by a world with interlace design in different shapes, and there is no end to it. Alternatively, we learn from nature in the bark of trees, in the waves when the wind blows it. It is like watching into space to the infinite.


Furthermore, the above painting is titled, Majestic. My objective in this painting was to bridge her eyes to convey disguise. The mask shield represents different personalities. With this concept in mind, I have created a series of four paintings using patterns and looks.

Its meaning relies on her eyes and the symbols to gives us clues of whom these subjects are expressing. Hence, I always felt that Majestic was not faithful to whom she was, still creating these different marriages and breaking up relationships from one day to another by word of mouth.

Though the shielding mask is our protector and our worst enemy, there is no formula for it but true to ourselves.

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Even more, in the technical Celtic knots use broken and reconnected plaits in repetitive patterns. This technical approach to draw and paint is ideal for recalling a part of the model roots. It is always the case that inspiration comes from within the subjects.

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The next painting, title “Sara,” is inspired by one of my Yemen students. Nonetheless, her features, in contrast to Majestic, are passive. Although there is a formula, breaking the system is exciting, for there is a wide range of creativity. It comes with the mood of the person. I just let their eyes take me in their psychic. Reciprocally the rest of the features contain geometric shapes, such as triangle, cylinder, and flat planes theory.

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“Majestic Eyes”, size: 18″x 24″ Oil on canvas 2019

“Sara”, size 28″ x 38″ Oil on canvas 2017