This artwork celebrates the source, the centre.
And as we are witnessing a forever expansion of the human kind we are witnessing also an accelerated industrialisation & other forms of novelties, innovation and we notice that they are significantly shaping landscapes, consciousness & businesses.
However is it to the detriment of Mother Nature? Are we experiencing sustainable prosperity? Are we creating a sustainable future? The forces of creation remain a protection for our sanity.
"As we witness the development of the human kind, we also notice simultaneously that cities are rapidly expanding. To the detriment of nature? Are we experiencing sustainable prosperity? Mother Nature still needs to keep alive those walls of safety around us."
Mixed media on canvas 71cm x 92cm
Signed by the Artist and supplied unframed.
About the Artist
Wafa El Hilali is a French Moroccan Artist and Master Life Coach who is based in Dubai. When starting scribbling on paper from a young age all she could see were entangled black penciled lines taking unconventional forms but with always the inner conviction that each sketch was hiding an enigma, a hidden formula. From naïve art Wafa naturally shifting to abstract art that represents for her one of the perfect, most faithful, timeless, and unlimited way of expression.
Through her art Wafa attempts to make the invisible visible and lets the brush be an extension of her inner being, her conscious & unconscious mind. She celebrates memories and true feelings of the past, the present and the future allowing the body and mind to speak loud on canvas.
She shares lessons, emotions as well as her observations of existence. Wafa loves telling stories to the world and welcome people into her own, hoping that it all resonates with thousands of hearts and souls and get them closer to the source that holds all the answers.
Spontaneous movements filled with lights, colours and often accompanied with poetry create a unique universal language and through space emerge the four elements of life, Earth, Water, Air and Fire that constantly transcend and manifest through her creations.
Aside of using acrylic paint, sand, gold leaves and other earthy materials, Wafa considers Water as more than an essential element to produce her artworks. Water gives her work structure, shapes & forms and its unique blueprint, story, and history.
Wafa participated in various exhibitions in the Middle East and overseas. Her artworks can now be found in private and corporate collections.