Based in Egypt
What do you aim to say by the themes in your art?
Art is a mirror of the soul, you are supposed to see something of your soul through art,
and the more refined the experience, the more you can see your soul clearly.
If there is hyperrealism there is also a hyper imagination, this term may not be
recognized, but it is closer to my work. All my paintings express imagination, and it is a
collection of projects, & "Spirit of Life"; then "Imaginary birds”, “Calligraphy”, "Faces" and finally "Chivalry".
Imagination is the main theme of my paintings, and since imagination is incomplete,
there are parts in my paintings that express incompleteness.
Art is a painting that exposes its artist.
Where does your inspiration come from?
From nature in particular, from animals in general, we possess a valuable balance of
visual masterpieces, from king vulture to the sea slug. The colors of these creatures are
my inspiration in the first place, then human nature and its emotions.
Do you have any experiences that have impacted your art?
Everything I went through affected my art, starting with my dreams and ending with my
Do you feel your art challenges existing barriers?
The general public's understanding of art, contemporary in particular, is a major
challenge for me. I am interested in women's affairs, and I expressed them in my group,
but this topic is critical, as most of the paintings that discussed the issue of women
discussed it from a physical perspective.
I see that the body is deteriorating, and women are far from being just bodies.
Femininity is a soul and communicating this idea through paintings is a real challenge
for the artist.
What are your long-term artistic goals?
Leaving a stylistic imprint known.
What advice do you have for aspiring artists?
Searching for meaning, always making sure that their art communicates true value to
humanity and the world in this way will leave a deep imprint.