Last Wednesday, we changed our ISP. Since then there have been hiccups. My PC lost connection on Thursday (I had to take a day off from my day work!). My tablet also had connection problems on and off.Thanks to Mike's professional tweaking here and there, now all the PCs and gadgets are reconnected.
Today I will share some of new masks in Clouds, my exhibition in the Side Room at the Sidney Cooper Gallery at Canterbury. This room has lower ceiling, wooden beams with a large Georgian window. Lovely curator, Hazel, called the room tricky, but I saw it as characterful!
I made this mask as a child in Syria. Any wars are bad enough, but civil wars leave such deep scars in the countries for a long time. I keep thinking about those children caught up in a very sad and horrible situation.
|Looking for the answer.|
Do you know the moment, you started feeling the answer you were looking for is coming close? That's the moment I wanted to express in this.
My exhibition, Clouds part 1 continues until 9 November.
The Sidney Cooper Gallery is 5 minutes walk from Canterbury West station. 1 hour from London St Pancras Station via HS1. Please come!