The sculpture exhibition, organized by the Directorate of Culture and the Sub-Office of the Union of Fine Artists, entitled “Warmth” by the young plastic artist Aboud Al-Saleh, featured sculptural artwork that celebrates women and embodies their splendor and greatness in their various physical and psychological states.
The exhibition, which was held in the exhibition hall in the Arab Cultural Center in the city of Hasaka, included 19 sculptural works and was distinguished as one of the few exhibitions held in the governorate in the field of sculpture, because the majority of exhibitions hosted by galleries and cultural centers are dedicated to fine art.
Al-Saleh said in a statement to SANA reporter that the exhibition includes sculptural works dedicated to women with a unique personality in all their cases, who may be a mother, wife, sister or lover.
The Director of Culture, Abdul Rahman Al-Sayed, indicated that the directorate is pleased to host a sculpture exhibition by one of the artists of the Syrian island, which lacks this type of creativity, to be his launch and his journey in the world of sculpture and connection with his audience in the governorate, indicating that the exhibition included distinguished works that mimic women in all their forms.
A number of attendees stressed the importance of diversifying the content of the exhibitions held by the Directorate of Culture, and allocating today's exhibition with sculptural works adds an additional advantage, as allocating it to a specific topic for women and not being distracted in the ways of various topics increased its aesthetics.
The young artist, Aboud Al-Saleh, born in Al-Hasakah in 1976, a graduate of the Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Damascus, worked as a teacher at the Institute for Teacher Training in the Painting Department in Al-Hasakah and participated in a number of group exhibitions.
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