Monthly Archives: May 2010

Anarchy in the UK

This morning on my way to college – a trip that usually takes well over an hour by bus – suddenly there came on my pod player one Sex Pistols song. As soon as I heard the first line “I … Continue reading

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Precious

While I am was hanging my first paintings on the wall, I asked one of my colleagues to help me, which she did. We stretched the large paper on the wall and I started to nail it using my powerful … Continue reading

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CONCERTINA BOOKS

During the last 2 months I have become really involved with book art; I’m really excited about that; it’s like finding a totally new outlet for drawing I can’t say much about it now as usually I find it really difficult … Continue reading

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should I get offended?!,,

As I now live and work as a British artist there are many people who don’t know that I came to England in 2002 in the age of 32 , before that I’ve studied and worked in Egypt, that’s where … Continue reading

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Audience

One of the main things that drives me crazy in Britain – well to be precise one of the things that drives me mad in the London art environment – is the emotional disengagement and the lack of reaction. My … Continue reading

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Studio

Two weeks ago I started to make use of the little used studio at Wilson road building, which is designated for the Fine Art Print Making MA students. As most of us use the actual printing labs, the space didn’t … Continue reading

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Drawing

When I started my study of printmaking at CCA early sept of 2009 I had the assumption that my long experience of drawing and draughtsmanship would be a fast vehicle for producing significant prints. Up to the day (12/5/10) however … Continue reading

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