I portray the richness and beauty of the Lebanese landscape in abstract form, inspired by Modernism, Impressionism, and Cubism. I favor abstraction over realism, as it allows me greater freedom in exploring colors and techniques.
I primarily work with oils and occasionally acrylic and soft pastels. I start with a watercolor wash, then build the composition layer by layer, adding thickness and texture with oil paint. My process involves deconstructing the subject into color fields and blocks tied with a web of connecting lines. By simplifying the structure and palette of the landscape, I portray its purest essence.
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