Hayam Elsayed at the London Art Fair
Hayam Elsayed is a portrait artist based in London who seeks to paint the ordinary, analysing simple subjects that will encourage the viewer to look more closely at the many wonderful and beautiful things surrounding us daily.
Elsayed has been impassioned by fine art lifelong, often inspired by life and nature which she paints in realism. As a realism artist, Elsayed’s approach to a subject matter is to portray it as it really appears in life; whilst also drawing from other art styles, such as impressionism and abstract art. For example, Elsayed finds inspiration in artists like Vincent Van Gogh, Georgia O’Keeffe, Thomas Kinkaid all the way to the realism of Renaissance portraits from the likes of Leonardo and Botticelli, Michelangelo; drawing especially from the latter’s recognised skilful style of painting that uses light to dramatically highlight specific points in the composition.
Elsayed uses oil paint to create her art, which she says, ‘painting in oils is a traditional form of art that many of the Old Masters used when they created their masterpieces. I love these works and strive to attain their level of craft and skill’.
Hayam is represented by ARTE GLOBALE, who work with a hand-picked selection of international contemporary artists, providing a platform for collectors to discover, enjoy and acquire exceptional art. Showcasing both established and emerging artists, ARTE GLOBALE strictly researches aesthetically and conceptually valuable works that speak a global language. The majority of the artists represented have shown their work at top-tier events such as the Venice Biennale, and have been acquired by international museums around the world. The gallery’s program includes solo shows and exhibitions at world-famed art fairs.
ARTE GLOBALE are exhibiting Hayam’s work at the London Art Fair between the 18th-22nd of January 2023. You can find her work at booth G28, in the Business Design Centre department.
GALLERY NAME: ARTE GLOBALE
FINAL DAY: 22nd January 2023
ENTRY: Visit London Art Fair website
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