“Ommi”

Title: “Ommi” means: Mom

Media: Silkscreen on canvas

Size: 80*80 cm

Date: 2009

“Allah”

Title: “Allah” written in tessellation form.

Media: Acrylic on canvas.

Size: 60*90 cm

Date: 2009

Icons

Title: Icons

Media: Mixed media

Size: 100*100 cm

Date: 2009

Statement: This painting holds  a conversation between past and present icons. Many changes has occurred in nowadays life; custom, food and even everyday practices have been changed and hoping not get melted into globalization and forgotten the beauty of our culture and the simple past.

The Arabic letters are put together with the English letters  to say a common  wisdom: “Who does not have a past, has no present”.

Thank You Allah

Title: Al Humdolillah means: Thank You Allah

Media: Acrylic on canvas

Size: Hexagon shape

Date: 2008

With every hardship there is relief

Title: verse from the Holy Qura’an.

Media: Acrylic & crystals on canvas.

Size: 40*50 cm

Date: 2008

Statement: the translation of this verse is: with every hardship there is relief.

Sa’ad

Title: A verse from the Holy Qura’an

Media: Acrylic, mirrors, & crystals on canvas

Size: 40*60

Date: 2008

Statement: The translation of this verse is: ” These letters (Sad, etc.) are one of the miracles of the Qur’an, and none but Allah (Alone) knows their meanings). By the Qur’an full of reminding (explanations and honor for the one who believes in it).

From Interpretation of the meanings of The Noble Qur’an in the English language.

“Al Elm”

Title: “Al Elm” means:  knowledge

Media: Acrylic on canvas

Size: 40*5o

Date: 2008

Statement: The translation of this verse is: “Taught man that which he knew not.” Allah teaches us new knowledge at every given moment.

p1981, The Holy Qura’an English translation of the meaning and commentary.

“Fe batnil hoot”

Title: “Fe batnil hoot” means in English :In the belly of the whale.

Media: acrylic & crystal on canvas

Size: 89 * 59 cm

Date: 2008

Statement: This painting reflects the story behind a Quranic verse. When the wale has swallowed the prophet Yunis and he stayed inside the wale for couple of days then he prayed saying that duaa which is written in the painting and taking the whale shape in one of its words.

Al Qalam

Title: ” Al Qalam”

Media: acrylic on canvas.

Size: 60*60 cm

Date: 2008

Statement: A verse from the holy Quran, Surat Al Qalam. Al Qalam means: The pen or pencil or any tool was or is used for writing.  Diwani Script

“Ommi”

Title: “Ommi” means in English Mom.

Media: Acrylic & crystal on canvas.

Size: 59*59 cm

Date: 2008