London, United Kingdom
About Abeer Elkhateb
Abeer has accumulated a wealth of experience and skills in 30 years that he has engaged with art. Open to experimenting, playing with the materials be that metal, wood or wax his main learning throughout the years he says is to listen to the material you work with. What is it asking for? In the last few years Abeer has produced a series of large narrative paintings that take you into a mythical world as well as a series of bronze figurative sculptures. Expressions of love and joy are a common emotional theme in his work which he hopes is contagious.
2014 MA Fine Art, UAL, UK
1995 Graphic design Amsterdam Graphic lyceum, Holland
1994 Video and Montage,Zeeland -Holland
1986-90 Academy of Fine Arts, Baghdad Iraq
Date(s) – 27/01/2017
6:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Skylark Galleries 2, Unit 1.09, First Floor Riverside, Oxo Tower Wharf
You are invited to join our featured artist Abeer Elkhateb in the 1st talk of 2017 at the Skylark Galleries 2.
Abeer Elkhateb will take you through his imaginary paintings that he created in the last 5 years. The talk will include the following topics;
– The impact of the physical laws on his art.
– The integration of the elements in his art work.
– The borders between reality, imagination and dreams in his artwork.
You will also have the chance to interact with the artist and collect his work if you feel like.
We hope to see you there.
Date: From 27/01/2017 Until 19/02/2017
Place: Skylark Galleries 2
Oxo Tower Wharf
Abeer is a London-based painter & sculptor who creates imaginative landscape paintings, figurative sculptures and personalised art works to art lovers.
His recent art work ranges from small and large paintings of imagined worlds to portraits and bronze sculptures.
He completed MA Fine Art from Chelsea UAL. In the last 35 years Abeer has experimented with a wide range of mediums which has led to a very unique marriage of their use.
His art work is also very much influenced by a cultural inheritance of both the East and the West.
The imaginative worlds in his art work are inspired from real architectures through his travels around the world.