Khalid Alzayani | United Arab Emirates


Abstract Expressionism

71" x 47" x 1.5"


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    Art Description:

    This painting is part of the series "The Thousand and One Nights" that is inspired by cities I visited and I hope to visit again to stay there for longer times. I named the painting after the beautiful town Lerici in northern Italy which belongs to the Italian Riviera. It is known as the place where the poet Percy Bysshe Shelley drowned. I made the painting in June 2021. I have signed it on the front. The stretched canvas is staple free sides, wired on the back and with no need for framing. It's ready to hang

    Medium Used: Oil on Linen

    Khalid Alzayani | United Arab Emirates

    For me, creativity is a derivative of mode and ambience of painting sessions. I believe that, the character of a painting reflects the mode of the artist through brush strokes, texture and colour. I believe a painting has a life of its own that evolves during painting session. For me, a painting starts to take direction after I cover the canvas with paint. Then I start to solve many problems the painting has, until I end up with a painting that tells a story or delivers a statement. I consider the art of painting as the fastest way to record any artistic idea or to document a situation experienced by the artist as result of being in a given community. I am a believer in the famous saying - if you want to know how great a society is, look at its art.