The gallery, which has two levels, contained visual art from all mediums (i.e. sculptures, paintings, photography). The displays were impressive but the added attraction was that the actual artist was there to represent and answer any questions pertaining to their work.
The gallery represents artists such as Najla Al-Ruwaitea (Najla.firstname.lastname@example.org), Maliha AbdulRahman Z. Alsuwaida (MalihaAlsuwaida@gmail.com) and Reem Alsubaiy (email@example.com). My attention was focused on these three artists.
Ms. Najla’s art piece “I see no evil, hear no evil, speech no evil” is metaphoric and causes you to understand and feel what’s being depicted in her work.
Ms. Maliha’s work was mostly of women cloaked in white garments. I found her art to be aesthetically appealing creations.
Ms. Reem’s self-portrait is a unique happy medium that stands out from the crowd. There are no gimmicks or distractions, just pure talent.
Each artist possesses very different styles but their creativity commands attention and evokes a conversation.Support the Arts. Naila Art Gallery (+966 11 880 5352, firstname.lastname@example.org) is located on Al Takhassosi Street, Bldg. 247, in Riyadh. Admission is free and you won’t be disappointed!
All the best,GMarie