Minika S.K.

Interview with Minika S.K. Minika's paintings depict optimism, steering the viewer towards an era of imagery; reflections not only of herself, but of her various experiences of life. Her paintings reflect a wide array of emotions and thoughts, connecting viewers to some part of themselves.

Faiza Saeed

Faiza was exposed to the beauty and power of art and design at a very young age, but it wasn't until she stumbled upon a book of amazing mosaic art that she found her new passion and discipline. Faiza chats to Bahrain Arts Magazine about how she became the first Bahraini certified mosaic artist.

 Aparna Shere

Self taught, she didn’t learn painting from any traditional school or university instead, Aparna is an artist of nature, by nature and for nature, and expresses the amazing landscapes she sees around the world through her spectacular artworks.

Sana Asad

Pakistani born Bahrain based Sana started her career as a fashion designer, but turned her passion for design into teaching when her family moved firstly to Saudi Arabia and then to Bahrain. It was there that she started taking art classes at different art studios, explored different techniques.

Yusra Ahmed

From her early days being immersed in Russian arts and culture, Yusra always had a fascination with the subject, but she soon found could never be satisfied with the stringent theory and methodology of realism; in her eyes its rigid rules and order give no real room for self-expression.

Nathaly Jung

Growing up in Algeria, Nathaly's love of art came from her father, who was a patron of the arts, supporting Algerian, Moroccan and Tunisian artists. They would visit art galleries together, and admire the work of local artists who would often pass by their house to show their latest work.

Ali Khalil

Ali is a Bahraini artist, cartoonist and Illustrator, whose work is often humorous, occasionally controversial and always thought-provoking and unique.

Shahram Soltani

The elements of colour and line are vitally important in Shahram's art; they are beautifully blended, creating a unique style, where the emotions of love and happiness, joy and delight are often manifested within the viewer.

Sheikh Rashid Al Khalifa

Journalist Rabi’ah.M meets prominent contemporary Bahraini artist Sheikh Rashid Al Khalifa during his recent exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery in London, and discusses his art, his artistic journey and his advise to up and coming new artists.

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