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Riyad Ghosheh

Riyad told me that since he was five years old his mother used to show his drawings to his uncles, and how he feels when they say “wow Riyad this is great drawings”, this is the “wow” which makes him learn and try more to discover his graphic design talent which become his profession and carrier.

Hearing the “wow” from his clients was his goal, and if his art didn’t “wow” them he reinvents his work till they reward him with the “wow”…. Read more


Badira Farrah

When we met, I quickly learned that Badira had a keen eye for color, antiques, and handmade arts. Naturally, she became my right hand and consultant during my career as a graphic designer and photographer. At the time, little did I know that her talent was only scratching the surface! Throughout the years, she has worked to perfect her craft. She’s mastered an array of artistic tools and mediums, ranging from embroidery, ceramic, wood, tiles, water colors, oils, to acrylic. But despite the variety in her methods, … Read More


Shermeen Sidiki

I love movement in a drawing that captures ones eye leading to an opening in order to breathe. Each of my drawing lives with me and becomes an extension of who I am. As people watch my drawings, I love to watch their eyes as they follow along the art and then light up with a smile!  My initial tools are the compass and the ruler. I first start with a heavy tessellated geometric pattern and then add Arabesque florals and Illumination. Once the design is completed I use my favorite medium, pastels, to add fun and color… Read More


Noor Saadeh

Noor Saadeh, along with her husband Ammar, are owners of NoorArt, Inc., a worldwide producer and distributor of multi-media educational products. A former concert and opera singer performing in New York City and abroad, Noor turned her talents to writing songs and stories for Muslim children growing up in the West… Read More


Salma Aziz

As an artist, I constantly look for new avenues and explore the various forms of art, the media and new techniques to create something unique. I experimented with various medias like oil / acrylic on canvas, water colors, pyrography, collage and so on. My goal is to convey my perceived message from the nature to the world. Nature constantly communicates to the human kind.  It teaches the harmony, togetherness, kindness, love, peaceful living and much more. We need to understand the language of the nature. I try my best to understand the same and try to express it through my art.. Read More


Fatin Qutub

I was born in Salt Lake City, Utah. Raised to be proud of my Deen at a time when the media was just beginning to portray Islam and Muslims in a negative light. I was a minority in a city where the majority were Mormons trying to find happiness and a passion at something that would elevate my image of myself and my beliefs. I found art as my calling, a beckoning. My art was self-taught and I flourished… Read More


Laila Rumsey

I’ve spent most of my life as an academic and a teacher, globetrotting around the world, but only fairly recently did I renew my interest to express myself artistically. I have always been in love with stained glass. It’s something I grew up with, and one of the many things that I love about the ancient places of worship around the world, including mosques, that I have been blessed to visit. After my return to the States, I took advantage of an opportunity that I chanced upon in an online, classified site to try my hand at making my own pieces of stained glass art… Read More


Moina Sajjad

Moina Sajjad began her artistic journey in Dhaka, Bangladesh where she had the opportunity to learn fine arts from the artist Syful Islam. Moina is passionate about her art and loves creating unique, beautiful paintings that are bright and eye-catching. She feels that in our lives, we can be inspired by even the littlest things around us-both emotionally and spiritually.
Everything and anything can spark inspiration. Moina is a loving mother of three daughters, who have all been inspired by her to express themselves through art as well. Moina was born and raised in Karachi, Pakistan. She moved to United States in 1999.
Moina mainly uses Resin, acrylic,Oil and mixed mediums to create her paintings. She paints abstract, calligraphy, landscapes, resin, and many more styles of art. Moina has participated in an exhibition at the Islamic center of Irving in April 2017, which had been a successful and positive experience for the Artist. September 2017 she displayed her artwork at the Muslim American Society center for the community to enjoy.
In 2018, Moina had her artwork showcased in the Wylie Art Gallery. She had sold her paintings here and caught the attention of many locals. Moina participated in a week long course to enhance her calligraphy skills and learned along side from world renowned artist Haaji Noor Deen. April 2018, Moina had a few of her artworks displayed at the Plano Courtyard Theater for Asia Art Exhibition. In October 2018 Moina’ s painting “Serenity” won an award during RCAS members show.

Moina ‘s Inspiration is all about when “Inspiration meets creativity”. It is about finding what inspires Moina and bringing it to life through the art that she devotedly creates. http://www.moinasinspiration.com


Saba Farrukh 

A brilliant artist who creates art and teaches for a living. Born and raised in Lahore, Pakistan, her paintings are inspired from the beautiful cities of Pakistan. She has been painting for more than 30 years and has done Masters in Arts from Punjab university. As well as Double Masters in English Language and Arts.
Saba also has experience with Fabric painting and loves to express herself through her artwork.  A lot of her work takes weeks to months to complete and is simply mesmerizing to look at.
Saba is located in Plano, Texas and takes custom orders for any size of Canvas.
She can be reached on phone or email at (214)-735-0790 and at Abad.farrukh@gmail.com.
More of her artwork can be seen at her website : wallpaintingz.com


Mustafa Horton 

Mustafa Horton is native of Denver, Colorado and he is the founder of an Islamic Design House called Dawah Ink.  This design studio specializes in logo design, branding, voice over talent and offers design services to businesses of all sizes, schools, and organizations. He holds a BA in Business Administration and Marketing from the University of North Florida.  He converted to Islam in 1998 and is an avid artist and graphic designer with over 15 years of experience crafting creative graphic design solutions for local and international clients.


Marouf

18 year old artist. Been doing art since I was 9 years old. I really enjoy calligraphy as it is not just art to me, it is a way of expressing myself with the beautiful words of the Arabic language.

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Rabia Bashri

I loved arts and crafts since my childhood. I have received a first place award for a craft and creativity competition in my elementary school. In high school, I have taken three art classes where passion for art has grown more than before. During high school, my art works have been in several juried art exhibitions, and I have received some awards too. My art teacher loved one of my art piece so much that she has purchased it! When I was studying in the University of North Texas (UNT), I have organized UNT’s first Islamic Art Exhibition where several of my art works have been shown even though I was not studying fine art. My love for my deen and art have inspired me to take on this project. I have taken a long break for my family, but I am back! I have donated several of my paintings to many organizations for their fundraisings such as Frisco Masjid, Watauga Masjid, Dar-Un-Noor Masjid, and Bayt-Al-Karim. I have participated in the 3rd Annual Islamic Art Festival in 2019. My paintings were exhibited in the Ibrahimi Masjid (IATC), Dar-Un-Masjid, and Watauga Masjid.

I love nature; I enjoy hiking in my spare time and many of my piece are directly influence by these hikes in nature. Nature has healing power; Allah swt shows kindness, peace and love through nature, so we can live in harmony. I use many different mediums, such as acrylics, glitter, clay, water color, pastels, and more. I am open to learning new techniques and new mediums, and improving my skills. ”

Website : https://mrbgallery.com/


 




 

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