CODE : KMT1060, SIZE : 45″ X 45″

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CODE : KMT1060, SIZE : 45″ X 45″


Khaled Al Tabbaa

Khaled was born in Syria in the year 1978, in art lovers family.  His father was an artist specialized in arabesque. Khaled started painting in childhood, and from that time he was dreaming the fine art faculty in his lovely country Syria to start his art journey. He graduated from fine art faculty in 2004. [read more] Group Exhibitions 2009 – 2020:
  • DIFC Dubai art exhibition 2020 - 2021
  • Group exhibition in Abu Dhabi with Intlartmgmt gallery
  • Sculpture live in: - Emirates Palace national day 2019 Rotana Abu Dhabi 2020 - Tolerance portrait in Abu Dhabi intlartmgmt gallery 2019 - Philosophy portrait in Abu Dhabi Etihad modern art gallery 2018 - Mother sculpture in Abu Dhabi intlartmgmt gallery 2019
  • Etihad Modern Art Gallery (2 Group exhibitions) Abu Dhabi & Al Ain
  • Intlartmgmt Gallery, Andaz Capetal, Abu Dhabi (2 Group exhibitions).
  • Al Qattara exhibition (Al Alain)
  • Latakia Biennial– Syria
  • Al Said Group exhibition – Damascus
  • Mural Calligraphy abstract in Al Ain Al Qattara Art Center 2021
Solo Exhibitions: Khaled is living in UAE from 2005 until now, he love UAE, he love every detail in UAE, arts, people, nature, sea, elegance, the top modern development in everything. All these and more were inspiring him to thank the founder of everything in UAE Shaikh Zayed “May God have mercy on him” so Khaled collected some of his quotes in several sides and made them artworks mixed with all of his love and respect to that founder Shaikh Zayed. He uses oil colors on canvas in general with gold color for the quote itself to reflect the value of the meaning of the quotes, he has focused also on the philosophy of the backgrounds of each artwork based on it's subject, some of them reflecting the strength of the believe and other reflecting like Traditions and Heritage colors. Awards:
  • Trophy from ministry of tourism – Syria
  • Trophy from Sultan Bin Ali Al Owais Foundation – Dubai[/read]

45″ X 45″

Acrylic on canvas

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