postcards for prettygreenbullet } thethirdexhibition
Posted on June 24, 2012 Leave a Comment
I have officially started work on my third PrettyGreenBullet exhibition. And a fixture in both previous PGB exhibitions were my postcards. I can’t imagine this one without. I’ve missed doing these. And normally when I miss a certain medium I always start off on a high. Today, I completed four postcards and started work on […]
when your notebook falls apart, you get a surprise like this
Posted on June 23, 2012 Leave a Comment
I love loose-leaf paper. My triplicate book accidentally ripped down the middle and I took advantage of that little hiccup by tearing the rest of it apart. The drawn-on pages anyway. One of my favorite scenes from one of my favorite childhood movies, Bedknobs and Broomsticks, is when Eglantine Price, the apprentice witch, frantically shuffles through […]
color pencils, pens, carbon and graph tracing paper } this is what happens
Posted on June 17, 2012 Leave a Comment
As you all know, I like to play. And this is what I do when you give me a set of colored pencils, carbon sheets and tracing graph paper.
Posted on June 3, 2012 Leave a Comment
My illustrations are featured in this month’s issue of Bitch Magazine. I’ll share once I get my hard copy.
Sadu House } Laila Al-Hamad’s Zeri Crafts
Posted on May 9, 2012 1 Comment
I must admit that I am finding it difficult to get around to visiting galleries. But every now and then, I make the time, like I did this morning. I visited Laila Al-Hamad’s Zeri Crafts exhibition at the Sadu House. I went because Laila spoke to me about her idea to contemporize the sadu (traditional Gulf […]
facial hair, dying plants & enya
Posted on April 26, 2012 5 Comments
This photo was taken by my sister, Yasmine.
in triplicate } the creation of unoriginal artwork #9 } a face like jude law
Posted on April 13, 2012 Leave a Comment
Cross the bridge for some Instagram shots.
mangaf between sun, sand and dust
Posted on April 10, 2012 2 Comments
I want to just add one more thing. The dinner: mediocre. The bill: sky-high. I honestly thought it was in another currency. It was the one time that I truly felt I was travelling. Let me just say that it nearly hit the three digit mark, for six people, one of which was charged half-price […]
a landscape in portrait } the filming of the making of two pictures
Posted on April 1, 2012 12 Comments
This morning, two film-makers, two curators and two artists headed off to the Mutla’a desert to film a teaser for an upcoming Gulf landscape exhibition organized by the British Council and, in Kuwait, the Contemporary Art Platform (CAP). So this morning, Hamad Khalaf (artist #1) and I (artist #2) met with Alia Farid and Liane […]
today i drew a picture
Posted on March 25, 2012 Leave a Comment
I don’t know what it is about Sundays but that’s when I usually get the urge to experiment and goof off. But I think my strongest works stem from experimentation and a sense of play. And this was a lot of fun. Especially with Instagram in my life.
pen, ink & oz
Posted on March 21, 2012 1 Comment
straight from the phone } away from home
Posted on March 18, 2012 Leave a Comment
I’m stuck. I’m away from my computer and won’t be home anytime soon. So what’s a girl who hasn’t updated her blog yet to do? Try doing it through her phone, that’s what. And it works quite well for me to update from my phone, seeing that I am a newly self-diagnosed Instagrammaholic. Tonight, I […]