Spectrum on Canvas

Ahmed Rukni Al Awadhi

Born in UAE, he started painting since his early childhood. Only a few years ago, he starts to exhibit his works. In the last 3 years, Ahmed developed his own style which he perfected more and more. Today his works are in the style of the early pop art.

Size: 50X70
Medium: acrylic on canvas

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Aparna Mohan

A post-graduate in biotechnology living in UAE for 11 years now. I am a self-taught artist who loves to do abstract work because I think it gives us the freedom to depict emotions through textures, shapes and colours.

Title: Shades of the unparalleled
Size: 70cm by 100cm
Medium: acrylics on canvas

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Yuliya Solomennaya

Yuliya Solomennaya was born Grodno, Belarus in 1989. Having grown up in a beautiful picturesque green country, in a city with European style architecture. Yuliya began to draw from 5 years. She graduated from art school and Yanku Kupala University in Grodno. Studied with teachers Nikolay Pantukhov, Alexander Izobov, Genadiy Lakoba, Vitaly Mazurov. Yuliya participated in exhibition exhibitions in Grodno, Minsk, Moscow, Dubai. In 2013, she moved from Belarus to the United Arab Emirates. She works mainly in the style of abstract, decorative painting. She paints portraits, animal portrait, still life, flowers, landscapes.

Title: Connection between Worlds
Size: 60x90cm
Medium: Acrylic on canvas

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Sumana Malakar

Originally from India, Sumana currently based in Dubai. Graduated in Botany (Hons.) and postgraduate diploma in Computers. The main concepts of her paintings are myths and rituals. Exploring these aspects and aiming for an unconscious state within the viewer, her art takes form in both figurative and abstract styles. Her ultimate goal is to have the viewer feeling a sense of familiarity with the work, a sense of having experienced this before. Her art describes a fantasy that shelters the individual in order to lead the viewer throughout life. With strong surreal influences, she tries to create a universe proclaiming harmony.

Title: Lazy Day
Size: 60cm × 60cm
Medium: Mixed Media

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Vinu Aravindi

Vinu Aravind , being born and brought up from Thanjavur (City widely called as Cradle of Arts),India started her artistic practice as a part-time, self-taught balancing act until her university education in India. As a child , Vinu received prizes for her innate talent. From a young age she has believed, “You can create anything once you see it in your mind.” She earned “Bachelor of Physiotherapy” at Dr.MGR Medical University , India — with honors. After 4 years of career as a Physiotherapist, one fine day she had decided to leave her job and to pursue her passion.

Size: 40 * 50 with frame
Medium: Acrylic

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Matthew Worth

He chose to donate one of his pieces as he currently work in Inclusion at an international school in Abu Dhabi and therefore care deeply about supporting all learners on the autism spectrum. Originally from the county of Dorset in the south west of the UK which sits at the heart of what was once the stronghold of a Celtic tribe known as the Durotriges and later the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Wessex and it is the interlace artwork of these two people that inspire his work.
The use of cruciform knotwork in the piece I’ve donated is a reference to the connection between illuminated manuscripts and interlace art throughout the migration period of European history.

Size: 60cm wide, 80 cm long, 2 cm deep
Materials: Acrylics on Canvas

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Priyanka Das

Often a single image can speak many languages and has the power to express so much; a feeling, an emotion or perhaps an entire story, something words cannot often portray. I, Priyanka Das am a contemporary fine artist who lives and works in Dubai, UAE. All my creations are special to me and designed to outlast several lifetimes and provide beautiful, bright, vivid colors, delivering the essence of an original piece with clarity. I stay immersed in the art world and value the exploration of new materials, ideas and forms of expression. My work in the visual arts includes painting, sculpture and mixed media.

Tittle: SHIMMER AND SHINE
Size: 80x80cm
Follow me: @divinehealingart

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Rani Viswambharan

Brought up in God’s own country, Kerala, Indian artist Rani Viswambharan is a long time resident of Abu Dhabi for the last 25 years. I developed a close kinship with the nature and the color of harmony as a young child. That kinship is the basis of my art, in which the patterns and textures of nature are turned into flowers, pots and leaf veins. Having trained in all sort of medium such as oil , acrylic, Drawing, Ceramic painting, Thanjavur painting ,Fabric painting, Glass painting, Kerala mural, Rajasthani mug work, silk painting , metal embossing, DINO art and sculpture etc. ‘I try to reach cultural diversity beyond the borders language or traditions”.

Title: A Fighter spreads her wings
Size: 60*90cm
Materials: Acrylic Painting

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Snehita Rathod Gehlot

Snehita is an Artist (Painting), Entrepreneur, IT Engineer, MBA, Photographer, Travel blogger, Visual Content creator and a ‘Happy go lucky’ girl. She is an Indian living in United Arab Emirates for 8 years. Snehita prefers painting with bright colors and just expressing good vibes on canvas, Peace and happy feelings are the elements she loves to paint. Acrylic and Oil paint are mediums she prefers the most, Subjects like landscape, cityscape, conceptual art, animal portraits are most loved artworks that she has created.

Tittle: Rainbow Swirl by Snehita
Size: 70 x100 cm
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas

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Yasmin Naeem

Yasmin believes that the art of Arabic calligraphy is a lifelong learning, it is a journey where you don't just learn how to write letters, but your study some different aspects of human experiences such as humility, patience, self-discipline, and adaab (manners), she adds that every single calligrapher become a teacher because what you get, you give and when you have the experience you have to pass it on.

Title: Essence
Size: 90x60 cm
Materials: Acrylic on canvas

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Prabita Rajesh

Her works are largely influenced by artists who painted and reflected realism like the celebrated Dutch artist Rembrandt and renowned Indian artists like Raja Ravi Varma. Prabita’s works are mostly a combination of soft blends with minimal flicks of the palette knife by which she brings about the depth in her creations. She has been experimenting with mixed media and various contemporary art forms as well. Her favourite subjects are “nature” and the “everyday people” around her; their expressions; the life in their eyes and the stories in their wrinkles, all gives her great pleasure as she tries to capture them in her paintings. “Every piece of Art needs a viewer to make it complete. The Viewer in me inspires me.”, says Prabita Rajesh.

Tittle: Fields of Violet
Size: 60x55 cm
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas

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Prabita Rajesh

Her works are largely influenced by artists who painted and reflected realism like the celebrated Dutch artist Rembrandt and renowned Indian artists like Raja Ravi Varma. Prabita’s works are mostly a combination of soft blends with minimal flicks of the palette knife by which she brings about the depth in her creations. She has been experimenting with mixed media and various contemporary art forms as well. Her favourite subjects are “nature” and the “everyday people” around her; their expressions; the life in their eyes and the stories in their wrinkles, all gives her great pleasure as she tries to capture them in her paintings. “Every piece of Art needs a viewer to make it complete. The Viewer in me inspires me.”, says Prabita Rajesh.

Tittle: City lights
Size: 45x60 cm
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas

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Mankush Srivastava

I am a contemporary artist based in Dubai over an decade . Painting and drawing have always been close to my heart right from my childhood. (I won the camel contest at India level with my artwork when I was in 8 standard and was the youngest one to be honoured on 26 January by then the collector of Jodhpur).

Tittle: Rainbow Swirl by Snehita
Size: 50 x 70 cm
Medium: Acrylic

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Shilpi Jain

With brushes in her hand and visualization in her mind, she paints life, happiness, faith, beauty, and spirituality on canvas. new techniques through workshops which keeps the door open to exciting opportunities. All, I can say art is good for my heart!

Title : Colors of life
Size : 60cm × 90cm
Medium: Acrylic on canvas

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Chitra Sudhakaran

Chitra Sudhakaran is an Art Educator from Kerala, India, who has been actively working with museums and art centres in the UAE. Her works display a unique flair for illustrative styles that inspire curiosity and encourage her viewers to explore their own interpretations and stories within her artworks.

Title: Hope
Size: 60cm × 90cm
Medium: Acrylic on canvas

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