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Si’s Girl

Si’s Girl, 2007 Acrylic on canvas 91×152 cm In 2007, just out of the blue, I decided to paint a picture using dark, dark colors. I can safely say that this is the darkest painting I’ve ever done. It was painted at a time when I felt my happiest in a long while. I usually […]

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No Passing Notes

The Note, 2007 Acrylic on canvas 91×152 cm

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Pink

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Pulse Post 567

Pulse, 2007 Acrylic on canvas 91×151 cm

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Clown Complete

Clown, 2009 Acrylic and oil pastels on canvas 91×151 cm

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Lunch Post 567

Written on the back: The more I talk about it, the more it clings to me. Lunch, 2007 Acrylic on canvas 91x151cm

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Yink & Yanc

yink&yanc, 2009, acrylic and markers on canvas two panels, 20×30 cm each These are Yink and Yanc. They are my contribution to a charity exhibition spearheaded by Kuwaiti artist Thuraya Al-Baghsami, coordinator of Ghadeer Gallery, and Dr. Labeeba Tameem, a member of the Hayat Committee for Cancer Patients. People, both locally and abroad, of all […]

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Fashion Show on the 13th

What do you do when you’re stuck in a room and a predator comes in and attacks you? You leave the room and design a clothes line. Enjoy the show.

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i live in a cave

guess what. i live in a cave. this is it, in the picture above. inside my cave i do regular things like eat, drink, bathe and sleep. and when i sleep, of course i dream. i am never myself in my dreams. i’m always someone else.

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What’s up your skirt?

  Although cooling, the skirt must be one of the most impractical items of clothing ever. I love to wear skirts, they’re so flowy and feminine, sexy and sweet. But very impractical.  

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Jack-O-Lantern

This is why it’s a better idea to carve the pumpkin a whole week before Halloween.

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Janiber Day 3

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Jana & the Giant Schnauzer Iber

I started a painting today. I’m painting it specially for an auction which is to take place mid-February at the Dar Al-Funoon Gallery in Sharq. More about this in future posts. Because the auction will benefit a certain animal shelter, I felt that it was befitting to paint a portrait of two of my favorite […]

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Clown

Ever felt like punching a clown?

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Laura Boushnak’s Photos: Yellow Tape Portraits Part I

These are photos taken by Palestinian photographer Laura Boushnak. I was lucky to have her around while preparing for my show, The Yellow Tape Portraits. For someone who loves posing for photos (it’s an Alkandari flaw) it was very difficult to ignore the presence of a camera. But Laura made it easy. This is part […]

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The Yellow Tape Portraits

These are photos from my last exhibition at the Sultan Gallery, entitled The Yellow Tape Portraits. The show ran from the 10th to the 12th of February, 2009. For more on these paintings please click on theĀ image above. Photos by Mohammed Alkandari

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