Al Aqsa II

$500.00

Artist Name

Fatema Josh

Artwork Description

Al Aqsa is a prevalent monument and mosque also known as the ‘Dome of the rock’ located in Jurusalem. It is where the prophet Muhammad was known to travel  to meet Allah SWT in a rapid miraculous journey, an illuminating experience in the birth of Islam.
In this piece I have captured the beauty of Aqsa in a midnight sensibility, using only a palette knife to signify freedom and a liberating experience that connects my vision to the struggles faced in this land. Al Aqsa touches my heart in every way, from it’s history to it’s beautiful construction, being a monument widely recognized in the Islamic World. There is gold leaf accents incorporated in the piece. This was also the original mosque in which direction Muslims faced for prayers which eventually shifted Mecca.My Islamic art widely projects a modern fusion as I believe in combining the elements of modern techniques with traditional subjects that blends this thought process into today’s generation. The principles in Islam and the laws set forth by the Prophet SAW is uncompromisable since time, yet Islam encourages constant flexibility and absorption of the changing times and being flexible to the world around us when used accordingly.

Artwork Medium

High Quality Metal Print

Dimensions

16″ x 20″ – Unframed

 

 

Availability: 1 in stock

Artist Name: Fatema Josh

Artist Bio

Fatema Josh is an International artist born and raised in Malaysia. She’s a contemporary painter, highly influenced by her environment and experiences in life. Born and raised in Malaysia, she has been living in the United States since 2002 and started painting again after graduating from art school as a Graphic Designer. She has used art to empower herself, to create her own voice and as self therapy for years. She uses art to reconnect with herself and to bring progressive awareness to the community she lives in. Her work encompasses multiple genres, representational and imaginative, Fatimid Islamic Arts and abstracts to name a few. Her work has also been published on exclusive virtual magazines and displayed in prestigious venues like the Houston City Hall , the Public Library, of Houston, Black Tie Islamic Art Gala and the Larson’s Gallery, Washington State. She has also been featured in the Woman’s Hospital of Texas advise campaign for empowering women which was broadcasted on local television channels and across the country. She has participated in charitable events in Houston for years and believes art is a universal language that speaks to humanity and surpasses all boundaries that we often create within ourselves. “I am extremely grateful to be able to use the canvas to express my voice as it liberates my soul and allows me to make a difference in people’s lives through my work. I aim to create a happy place for the viewer, to be able to pause and connect and find their moment in this stressful and demanding world.”

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