Before long, happy New Year to everybody, and I hope everything will normalize very soon. It is a fact that it will be over more quickly and that day we all will celebrate along with our dear ones.
In the first place, the above artwork in development is called “Azahal” based on symbolism. In other words, It belongs to the patterns media, and since it is nature, it falls into this category. Thus, in these series, I project through colors and geometric patterns to allure reactions to our perceptions. Notice the vanishing on the left side fades and relies on an ancient dream in a land of dreams.
Bay Shore Library
Moreover, my solo show got delayed for the winter season at the Bay Shore Public library, an ample space committed to bringing the artist community. Nonetheless, above the epidemic circumstances, I decided to risk delivering and hanging up my artwork on time. In short, overlooking the events, I thank the art director Ms. Walter who, above all, allowed me to have a two-monthly exhibit.
24″ x 18″ Charcoal and Vine medium charcoal on paper 2017
In addition, I use symbols explaining the history of its objective. Moreover, the model lives in Brooklyn, and what is more, her name is not a phoenix. Further, the idea to draw her came four summers ago at the pool. Likewise, she had a tattoo on her back with the image of a phoenix.
Title: Soonah and Miles 24″ x 18″ Sketch drawing on paper