As part of its continuous efforts to enrich the cultural scene and highlight the creative experiences of various arts, the Cultural Village Katara hosted an exhibition of Saudi artist Khuloud Al-Gosaibi.
Katara Deputy Director General of Operations Ahmed Abdulrahman Al-Sayed was there during the official opening of the exhibition. Kholoud’s exhibition, according to the deputy director general, is exceptional and beautiful, a presentation of Arabic calligraphy that adds splendor and dimension to its original beauty. Artist Khuloud Al-Gosaibi said she has been interested in Islamic art since she started working on art four years ago.
The exhibition included 47 paintings, all written in Kufi font. The artist explained that she collected a lot of historical and archaeological pieces, and added some touches inspired by Quranic verses. The exhibition also contains a piece of wood dating back to the Mamluk period as well as from other parts of the 19th century.
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