Painting entitled: EID MUBARAK with Radiant Sujood

                            Size: 16in x 20 w/ (white frame 18in x 22in)

                            Mixed Media : Acrylics, pencil and oil paint marker

 

This painting is straight forward, its a celebratory painting about the Muslim Holiday called Eidul Adha, which is celebrated after the mulsims who went to Hajj and came back from such a high spiritual journey. The word EID means reoccuring happiness and Mubarak means one who is Blessed.

The painting was intenetinally doen with no arabic so as to say that all islamic paintings dont have to have arabic but also to say that english speaking muslim Artists can visualize Al-Islam in thier own langauge as well.

The image of a aman praying and light illuminating from him is a symbolic expression of how praying illuminates your mind and soul and how you become enlightened through prayer.

 

 

Bridging the gap between the art world, street art and Islamic motiffs, Khalid Sabree aka KHA-Tees has been rising to prominence since the late 2000s with his graffiti style drawings made with Islamic ideas with Black nationalist and Cartoon influences born out of upbringing in New York City. Combining the appeal of abstract cartoon graphics with the raw energy of artists like Basquiat, Keith Haring and Romare Bearden, Khalid developed a distinct pop-graffiti aesthetic centered on fluid lettering, bold colors against a dense, rhythmic overspread of imagery like that of praying man, Jazz artists, flying Planes, using crowns for the leter "M", and EID MUBARAK signs. In some of his drawings and paintings, Khalid explored themes of exploitation, Racial subjugation, drug abuse, and rising fears of Black independence, which became increasingly apocalyptic after seeing the out pour of protests against the George Floyd Murder. Alongside artists like Club Bum, Malik Roberts, Jisbar and Iboms, Khalid is regarded as a leading figure in the New Artists movement of future.

Painting of EID MUBARAK with Radiant SUJOOD

$600.00Price