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AHMAD AL JUFAIRI

Ahmad Is a young talented Qatari Artist, who is immensely inspired by the cultural components surrounding him. He likes to focus on the idea of perspective in both a visual and conceptual sense, with the addition of various mediums and an array of non-limiting color practise, Ahmed sets a new level of depth. It is with this very passion and talent that has led to him winning a senior show award for his Solo Exhibition in Katara. To date Ahmed has showcased his exclusive work for 12 group exhibitions –including 4 solos as well as sharing his acclaimed portfolio internationally in Paris as an artist in residence at the highly acclaimed Cite Internationale Des Arts. Notably in December 2019 in celebration of National Day, Ahmed created bespoke packaging inspired by Qatari culture for the acclaimed brand L'Occitane.
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AISHA AL FADHALA

Aisha Al-Fadhala is a Qatari artist, best known for her vibrant, street art-inspired artworks. Her love for illustration and characters since childhood have traversed with her through her artworks. Having experienced various medias ranging from linoleum prints to digital illustrations to sculptures, Aisha enjoys being diverse when it comes to her artworks. When it comes to concept, anything can be influential to her, therefore, her artworks can neither be limited nor bound to one specific topic.
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MUNA AL BADER

Muna Al-Bader, also known as Artist of Blue, is a Qatari contemporary artist, entrepreneur, IT engineer, and business analyst. She is Qatar's Art Ambassador at Qatar and recently with UNESCO, one of the best 20 world’s change maker as per action summit 2020. and an artist in residence with Doha Fire Station AIR5 . She completed her Master of Business Administration (Merit) from Anglia Ruskin University, and has a Bachelor of Science and engineering in Information and Communication Technology (Honors) from the University of Huddersfield. Muna has been working on the blue color series for around three years as she got this inspiration from the surrounded environment which is the sea and the sky. Muna Saw the blue color paint has a freedom as it flow as the sea wave float over the sea. She had illustrated the traditional folkrare dances on her painting and represent the happiness and the sadness behind this color. Muna is an example of a women, who has utilized her talent to inspire women and people in general. Despite living in a conservative setting, she has proved herself and her talent. She uses her art to express her emotions and connect with thousands of people that feel strongly towards art as a medium of expression. Muna Al-Bader has achieved immense success due to her vision and dedicated hard work. She believes in nurturing passion and working towards goals by going against the norms. She is classic example of revolution and acceptance of women in her society.  
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HANADY AL OTHMAN

Born with an artistic itch, growing up, Al-Othman was never presented with the opportunity to express her creativity through art as this was deemed not to be an ‘acceptable’ life choice, thus Qatar did not have universities that focused on art, consequently resulting in Al-Othman majoring in Zoology. Sometimes, art really runs in the family, and although there were so many restrictions, Hanady Al-Othman never backed down and continued to paint - in private, and without realizing she would make a master piece every once in a while, with her forte being oil and acrylic paintings. Never given the opportunity – or even the permission, to truly express her personal fondness for creating such pieces, Al-Othman has always sought to champion and coax her son Ahmed Al-Jufairi to follow his artistic calling.
    
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