than ten years, I have focused in particular on the "palm tree" which is
characterized by elements of continuity and growth. In addition to the sense of
touch, this aspect became one of the important components of my plastic art
since the very beginning. Beyond this stage, I added "another" element, namely
a vertical dimension that harmoniously added a tactile aspect to the structure.
notice that in this exhibition my vision has been transformed into a
microscopic one in which I attempt to penetrate the hidden core of the palm tree,
that is in the soft and delicate roots with their diverse tones and behind the
apparent. I also plunged inside the palm tree in order to unravel its
composition. In other words, any attempt to impart the sense of touch must
stem from a personal and evolving perspective.
exhibition expresses the gist of mastering the ways and means of creating
innovative forms consistent with my ideas and my past experience using clay and
its components as well as techniques of ceramic colour and glazing methods. All
this enabled me to produce these works in harmony with one of the specific
elements of the Egyptian environment, giving me the impression that I had
discovered it anew.