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Preeti Rana

Preeti's home has been the Kingdom of Bahrain for the past 18 years. Travel, serenity and music lead her to discoveries that she describe in paintings, and verse and movement has always been her main contemplation.

Ella Prakash

A lifelong fascination with painting shapes, celebrated Bahrain-base Indian artist Ella Prakash has successfully exhibited her work internationally, and through her exhibitions she has demonstrated a clear evolution in her approach to art and its truly limitless power.

Balquees Fakhro

Bahraini artist Balqees is a graduate of University of San Francisco, USA (Lone Mountain College) with a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts and Art History. She has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions locally, regionally and internationally, from 1976 until the present day, and has been awarded several accolades and prizes.

Tejbir Singh

Even as a child, Tejbir was always fond of doodling, sketching, drawing and painting. His teachers in school introduced him to oils at a very early age, and have always encouraged him to paint. His introduction to watercolours started when he joined architecture college.

Morteza Shamissa

Throughout the history of Islam, writing the Holy Script was the original reason for creating Islamic calligraphy. Bahrain based Iranian visual artist Morteza now uses the traditional historical and cultural aesthetics of Islamic calligraphy in new, more modern contemporary contexts.

Tahira Ansari

Tahira repaints, redos, refinishes, restores and turns forgotten pieces of furniture into works of art; furniture to be once again admired and desired.

Mariam Haji

Mariam is a Bahraini multi-disciplinary contemporary fine artist who currently lives and works between Finland and Bahrain. She represented the Kingdom of Bahrain in the 55th Venice Biennale 2013, and has been invited to lead several artist talks at leading art institutions worldwid.

Riddhi Nair

Riddhi works largely on Madhubani, a traditional Indian art form practised by locals of the regions it originates. Her themes are deeply influenced by her roots, culture and childhood memories, expressing loudly with vivid colours on canvas her inner emotions, thoughts and feelings.

Neda Jahrami

Having a story behind each of Neda's pieces is highly important to her; for each character she creates unique and often morbid stories that have a dark twist, where the characters either take charge of their own fate, or have gruesome events unfold around them, eventually leading them to their unhappily ever after.

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