Inspired by daily life and objects around her, Dodi Tabbaa’s paintings and monographs use color and line to illustrate her experiences and moods from excited to peaceful.
During the time period of “Untitled,” Tabbaa was living in the countryside and creating complex compositions between representation and abstraction. The works have a harmony and opposition in colors that are printed or painted on Japanese handmade paper that adds texture and richness to the piece.
Khalid Khreis’s abstract work is expressionist in nature allowing the audience a wide margin of interpretation. He states that it is “the result of feelings, reactions and accumulations of knowledge - both visual and intellectual - from my environment, travels, readings and everyday life.” In the watercolor piece “Untitled,” the gestural black lines swirl, lengthen and bleed with dots of yellow against a white background.
Starting in the mid-90s, Adnan Sharif was experimenting with different shapes and sizes of canvas, similar to the triangular top of “Untitled.” As a well-respected artist, "His paintings became famous after the mid-1970s in Beirut and Germany through the subject of Palestinian exile… When he arrived to Amman in the early nineties, his work had an expressive mix between jazz and color with a poetic uniqueness in abstract configurations and contributed to the enrichment of the artistic community” said artist Khalid Khreis.
Known for her abstract pieces, Ghada Dahdaleh, works in mixed media and monographs. Carefully weaving the mediums together to create patterns and textures, the visual elements generally include angular square-like shapes. In “Untitled,” the form of a large square takes over the canvas and frames broad organic brushstrokes