Nada Al Barazi

The Covid-19 outbreak has seen sweeping changes across the art world, but artists have been swift to adapt to the situation,finding new ways to share work with their audiences online.


I think with this difficult time we should ask ourselves: what do we care about? What do we value? What do we love?


Since the lockdown started Nada also started to create more artworks than anytime before because it’s a way of helping herself to feel happy and relaxed. One of her artworks isolation is called “Symphony”, it’s about flowers and she painted different kinds on purpose to express some positivity and hopefully, she can share it with other people as well. Nada believe to comfort people, unite people and inspire people was needed now more than ever from the industry.

She always choose vibrant colors and deep warmth for her artworks because the world is a colorful place and Nada have a message behind that, to spread the happiness and positivity once people look at her paintings. Inspired by nature and the energy that connects all things as colors can affect one’s mood and I know I feel good when I look at color. She hope her paintings can help create a little joy in people’s lives when they view them. 

Nada believe every artist plays a different and necessary part in contributing to the overall health, development, and well-being of our society. Creative thinkers and makers provide their communities with joy,interaction,and inspiration,but they also give thoughtful critique to our political, economic and social systems-pushing communities to engage thoughtfully and make steps toward social progress.

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