* Painter, whose technique is based specifically on working with
The sand on the wood, the artist has demonstrated an exceptional heel crowning
His various exhibitions during his artistic life. Since then she became involved
1999 she was present in differents collective expositions whenever the opportunity presents itself, and
Distinguished himself by his ideas and his technique and the difficulty resulting from the requirement
In a patient without common measure with our artist always needs to
share us the fruit of his great works.
His first exhibition was in 2008, with a set of 45 tables,
The inauguration there was by the governor of Casablanca Anfa, and the Director
Regional branch of the Ministry of Culture in Casablanca, "the artist
Mermaid sand "as nicknamed the journalists was also welcomed
by a personal letter of His Majesty King Mohammed six that God
glorify Him and in 2009 she exhibited at cultural complex of Anfa and the value of
its tables varies between 5000.00 and 80000.00 DH.
* The artist rarely sells his paintings, however, twelve of his works are
Now in the royal palace.
"The siren of sand" is also a follower of the school pocto-graph that includes
The design of the Arabic letter in the landscape of the table; since it is
Qualigraphiste Arabic senior and this was confirmed by large
Artists of the Arab world as the teacher "mohamed tossone"
• The artist is also the subject of newspaper articles written both in Morocco
elsewhere and which we quote:
_ Bayane lyawm. (Morocco)
_ Essabahya. . (Morocco)
_ Al-Aalam. . (Morocco)
_Al Maghrib al ard wa the inssane. . (Morocco) electronic journal.
_ Ezzamane (Dalling road.hammersmith, w6 OJB, UK. LONDON
_ Al Quds Al Arabi (London).
_ Middle East Online (London)
_ Sotakhr (Iraq)
_Revue Baghdad (Iraq)
Alahdat-Almaghribiya / Morocco /
- Baghdad .. / iraq /
the poet Said Bouatmani
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