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eve takes a profile pic|return to

I’m bound and determined to finish this painting by the end of this week. Eve takes a Profile Pic is the second of a series for my March exhibition at the Gallery Tilal.

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The Dancers

oh, and stay out of my perimeter.

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Stories of Eves|Eve & Adam

I decided for my March exhibition at Gallery Tilal to continue my Stories of Eves series. I just feel like I haven’t explored the subject to my fullest capacity (in other words, I’m still not bored with it). And in light of some personal current events, there is still so much I want to say […]

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Stories of Eves at Dar.Nur

I visited my Eves at Dar.Nur this morning and they look great! I’ve posted some photos to show you, and possibly to entice you to go in and see them face to face.

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Dar.Nur|Stories of Eves

I have finished the first four pieces of the Stories of Eves. When I started this series for Dar.Nur, I intended on doing just four, but I’m not ready to let go yet. I’m taking the works to Dar.Nur today and they will be up and ready for their audience after Eid break. Please check […]

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Dar.Nur|Eve & Her Evil Sisters Eve and Eve

This piece was inspired by the original Eve and the apple, and then Snow White and her apple. Consequently I decided to include the evil step-sisters. Well into this piece, I realized that Snow White didn’t have any sisters, step or otherwise. That was Cinderella. So I thought: screw it. We all have our apples […]

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For Dar.Nur|The Two Eves & their Bees

This is one of four pieces I’m working on for display at Dar.Nur in the newly opened 7Zones shopping center. They will be up on September 12. You can visit her charming boutique any time before then. Just check her timings in the link I’ve included above. Cross the bridge for more pictures and a […]

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Lost, Found & Fake

When I work, I sometimes like to fantasize that the piece I’m drawing, painting or collaging was somehow found during an archeological dig or the excavation of a thousand year old church or accidentally under a mound of volcanic ash. I don’t know why I’m so obsessed with antiquities and all things with a history. […]

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Shabby Chic Chicks

I’ve always loved the look of dilapidated buildings, especially when the inner walls had once been papered or postered. So Rachel Ashwell.

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Birds & Bees

We had quite a huge dust storm a few days ago. The next day I found this paper in one of my plants. Just a single sheet of paper, blown away from its book, among other windswept jetsam and flotsam. I picked it up and thought: hmm, I wonder what bit of knowledge/nonsense has been […]

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The Decosquad Again

I don’t care what anyone says, I love decopatching. If I had my way I would decopatch anything and anyone. I was playing around ages ago and did this but never shared it with anyone but my closest and dearest. Cross the bridge for detailed photos.

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Place, Scan, Compress, Place, Enlarge, Save & Do Over

It’s been four or five days since I last posted anything, the longest I’ve gone without an update. That’s because I’ve been working on this project that has driven me loony over the past few days and I’m still not done. I just thought I’d touch base with you and give you an insight of […]

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The Decobitch

I need wall art. I have too many of my own pieces up, can’t afford other people’s work and my friends and family won’t draw for me. So I end up doing stuff like this to put up on my bare walls. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy collaging and decopatching as much as anyone’s […]

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