Paintings for Sale

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JELBERT KARAMI

The Look

Pencil, Ink, and Guache on Paper
11×14 Framed

$1,200

Veil

Pencil, Ink, and Guache on Paper
13.5×19 Framed

$1,200

Vision

Pencil and Guache on Paper
11.5×11.5 Framed

$1,200

Wounds (dypitch)

Acrylic on Canvas
45×72 Stretched Canvas

$1,200


FADI KHIYO

Khiyo 02

Oil on Canvas
41×50.5 Stretched Canvas

$5,000

Khiyo 04

Oil on Canvas
35×43 Stretched Canvas

$4,000

Khiyo 05

Oil on Canvas
28×32.5 Stretched Canvas

$3,500


AYLA KHOSHABA

Wishful

Watercolor on Warm-Pressed Watercolor Paper
9×5.5 Framed

$300

Night Flyer

Acrylic on Wood
14×18 Wire on Wood

$500

Cacophony

Acrylic on Canvas
10×10 Stretched Canvas

$450

Spring Dream

Acrylic, Ink, Paper Collage on Cardboard
13×13 Framed

$350

The Gaze

Acrylic on Wood
20×13 Wire on Wood

$550


NAHRIN MALKI

Born in Syria, her country has been the source of her techniques and materials, and the central theme of her work: Suffering.

Narhin Malki completed her graduate art studies in Kamishli in 1993. She immigrated to the Netherlands in 2001 and entered the AKI Kunstacademie in Enschede in 2007. Although she graduated with a specialty in modern painting, she had begun early on to use stamping, manual graphic printing, and different textiles, employing stamps, symbols, and archetypes of Mesopotamian origin.

She started working in black and white, with shades of grey supplying the metaphorical nuances of humanity and morality. Eventually she came to add strong colors, though black always dominant, enabling her to communicate the whole and the parts of her story, paintings within a painting. Nahrin Malki was chosen as a representative of modern art from the Netherlands to represent the country in Poland where her artwork was exhibited at the Galeria Miejska Arsenal from May 10 to June 2 nd , 2013, sponsored by the Dutch embassy. On the opening day of the exhibition, the renowned Dutch art historian and curator, Professor Elvira van Eijl said, “Nahrin comes from a very old culture and remembers the stories told by elders about the genocide of her people-stories of abuse, war, starvation, and the persecution of thousands of refugees. She realized that this misery is not only part of her personal life story but also that of so many other people around the world. The suffering of human beings is a continuous universal problem.”

Of her central theme, Malki says, “Suffering does not discriminate. I show this through my personal experiences of grief, images of the downtrodden, and violations of human rights.” By combining ancient techniques with modern collage, she brings together her dreams with her reality, her history with her present, and her people with herself.

The Tormented Soul

Acrylic, Stamp Technique on Canvas
36×55 Unframed

$2,000 SOLD

This painting presents a prison, a prison for the souls between walls of tragedy, a metaphorical reflection of torment. At the bottom, however, the prison is attached to a cable of hope showing the path towards freeing the souls.

The Last Breath

Acrylic, Stamp Technique on Canvas
54×61 Unframed

$3,000

This artwork shows miserable bodies moving to the rhythm of tragic events, repeating themselves over and over in the history of human beings.

The Lost Hope

Acrylic, Stamp Technique on Canvas
43×59 Unframed

$2,000 SOLD

The complexity of this work speaks to the inability to find hope in the midst of a swarm of terrible events, to know it must be there but be unable to catch and hold onto it. It’s like a just-wakened dreamer who can remember but not understand all the details of a traumatic dream, who somehow knows there must be something good within it but must search for it among all the harrowing imagery that hides it.

The Death Bats

Acrylic, Stamp Technique on Canvas
40×56 Unframed

$2,000

Bats are an embodiment to the continues draining of our humanity. They feed on it, and are more abundant than at any time in history. They will never go extinct as long as human tribulations
continue.

The Sadness of Mother Assyria

Acrylic, Stamp Technique on Canvas
40×56 Unframed

$2,000

This piece depicts an anguished mother Assyria unable to protect its future generations.  At the bottom, we see the birth of a new generation she is so concern about.

Khabour

Framed

$3,000

The inspiration is ISIS entering villages on the shore of the Khabour River.  It represents the dark side of rolling in, causing genocide and the migration of the Assyrians, and all so quickly.


ODETTE TOMIK

A Date

Acrylic on Canvas Pad
16×20 Framed

$850

Faith

Oil on Cardboard
14×19 Framed

$750

He Loves Me

Acrylic on Canvas Pad
16×20 Wire

$850

Three Sisters 2

Oil on Canvas
22×28 Framed

$1,100

Two Friends

Oil on Canvas
22×28 Framed

$1,100


LOUISE YOHANNAN

Wine Bottle On A Marble Table

Oil on Canvas
26×32 Framed

$1,100

Copper Kettle

Oil on Canvas
24×27 Framed

$1,100

Silver Water Jug

Oil on Canvas
17×21 Framed

$950

Lemons With Glass

Oil on Canvas
20×16 Framed

$950

Reflection

Pencil on Paper
19×25 Framed

$750