M. Gadalla entered his first art period “Imperatorism” via the imagination of out of the ordinary empires. He demonstrated his art creation through designing the play “The Ghosts Carnival” in 1973. He introduced his characters ‘The General’ and ‘The Graveyard Guard’, and the scenes ‘The Underground Court and Scenery’ via novel symbolic approaches.
...his first school “Imperatorism” not only shows me the magically illustrated imaginary empires, it also tells me that Gadalla “The Artist” was born to become an art imperat
Artist M. GadallaLast Updated on 2010-08-18 00:00:00
Arab-American artist Mahmoud Ali Gadalla “Marvelous Gadalla” was born in Gaza to a Palestinian father and an Egyptian mother, and grew up in Kuwait. M. Gadalla has been living unique art perspectives with his soul as well as mind and sensations since early childhood. As the case with many creative minds, his artistic talents were recognized by his teachers as early as during the kindergarten and elementary school years. Due to his distinguished talents, M. Gadalla was granted unlimited access to art workshops in his junior and senior high schools. Certainly, M. Gadalla well facilitated school art workshops and began receiving awards for exhibiting his paintings and sculptors in Kuwaiti national school art competitions. Furthermore, the dynamical teenager artist ‘M. Gadalla’ expanded his creativities to depicting culture and folklore through painting wall... More »
The EyesLast Updated on 2009-01-11 00:00:00The Eyes
In my painting “The Eyes”, I made the forms, faces, and eyes interconnected and interweaved
The forms are uniquely unified at a standstill, speechless, and anxiously observing states
Some of the eyes are easy to read, but others are hard to understand
They look open, bright, pretty, and amazing
You may comprehend the various meanings of each eye expressions like humbleness, passion, compassion, love, dreaming, happiness, enjoyment, loyalty, or curios and nervous. Other eyes might seem cold, fearful, unsociable, and inhospitable
These eyes embrace you and look back into your eyes as if they want to read and analyze you before you do. Then, they take you into a tour to help you understand the Universe
I hope that our eyes are always full of hope and pass us through the heavens of love, beauty, and peace
I would highly appreciate the critical study of my dramatic art work... More »
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