Category Archives: Watercolour

Waiting for rain on the cliffs

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Epicentre of a dream

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“From a distance”

Painted yesterday, this watercolour impression of a beach at sunset measures 68cm x 24cm unframed. Only three colours used: violet, payne’s grey and yellow ochre.

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Colours from Childhood

As a child, and faced with the absence of a book in my hands,  one of my favourite ways to while away the time was to observe walls and decaying layers of paint. The crumbling walls beneath the paint also … Continue reading

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Commissioned artwork: “Reclaiming Jaffa, Palestine”

Spent some blissful hours imagining Jaffa’s colours within the context of historic Palestine. This watercolour painting will be off to its new home in a few days.

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Great Return March (impressions of Palestinian memory in watercolour)

From my ongoing art series, “Impressions of Palestinian Memory in Watercolour)

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A Call to Action: Palestinian Memory, A Return to Historic Palestine

PLEASE SHARE To Palestinians, SPIRIT OF RETURN As a journalist with a specific focus on Palestine, historical narrative and collective memory, my aim is to continue emphasizing the importance of creating spaces for Palestinian voices to be heard. This also … Continue reading

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