alaa awad - the artist - علاء عوض - painting on Papyrus

The PAINTINGS of Alaa Awad

painting on Papyrus – 2019

alaa awad - the artist - علاء عوض - painting on Papyrus

PAINTING ON PAPYRUS
50 x 70 cm

alaa awad - the artist - علاء عوض - painting on Papyrus

PAINTING ON PAPYRUS
50 x 70 cm

alaa awad - the artist - علاء عوض - painting on Papyrus

PAINTING ON PAPYRUS
50 x 70 cm

alaa awad - the artist - علاء عوض - painting on Papyrus

PAINTING ON PAPYRUS
50 x 70 cm

alaa awad - the artist - علاء عوض - painting on Papyrus

PAINTING ON PAPYRUS
50 x 70 cm

alaa awad - the artist - علاء عوض - painting on Papyrus

PAINTING ON PAPYRUS
50 x 70 cm

Women from south
The siwa dress – 2019
oil on canvas
95 x 150 cm
Women from south

Celebration – 2019

oil on canvas 150 x 240 cm
collection of the 5 district Paris.
Women from south
Sarah in the siwa dress – 2019
oil on canvas
40 x 60 cm
Manar 50 × 80 cm, oil on canvas 2019

Manar
50 × 80 cm, oil on canvas, 2019
Daughter of the Nile

alaa awad - the artist - علاء عوض - painting
Harvest girl - 2019
oil on canvas
60 x 104 cm
Women from south

Women from south
oil on canvas 40 x 60 2019
Black Beauty 💜

alaa awad - the artist - علاء عوض - painting

علاء عوض - painting

The Blue Eyes

The Blue Eyes
35 × 45 cm, oil on Canvas, 2019
Privet collection.

The green shadow

The green shadow
40 × 60 cm oil on canvas,
Privet collection 2019

Manar 50 × 80 cm, oil on canvas 2019

Manar
50 × 80 cm, oil on canvas, 2019
Daughter of the Nile

Basmala

Basmala
120 × 80 cm, oil on Canvas 2019.

The paintings

2016 - 2019

Suez canal - قناة السويس

Oil on canvas - 300 x 150

The paintings

2007 - 2015

The PAINTINGS of Alaa Awad

Alaa Awad has been painting since childhood. "My dad encouraged me to go in that direction," he recalls. He draws his inspiration from the life of his country, from his traditions, from the heritage of pharaonic civilization. He blends subtly with the social conditions of his country.

He is the only one who derives this style from his cultural heritage. "It is important to me to convey and express a modern message in ancient Egypt, all of which are part of my values ​​of respect."

Proud of his culture, he immersed himself in this martial art by watching traditional festivals in southern Egypt. Especially the Sufi festival, which takes place in several cities before Ramadan. To explain this lost legacy, Alaa Awad uses extravagant colors, witnessing the effervescence of these celebration moments.
The artist can paint three to four screens at the same time. "I start, stop, go to another canvas, come back, it all depends on the feeling, it can take up to six months, charcoal, watercolor, natural pigments are part of his colorful palette, but he also works pure ink.