Natalia is an artist and an art teacher based in UAE. She’s been drawing and painting since she can remember herself, when she turned 6, she got accepted in an art school in Russia which she attended for 7 years. Although she sketched and painted quite a lot, she didn’t start exhibiting her work until 2019. Since then, she have taken part in numerous exhibitions including World Art Dubai, Cultural Diversity, Ramadan Nights, Women’s Empowerment and many others. She enjoy conducting art classes and workshops as she believe that art is a magical tool that could help people of any age express themselves, find peace within themselves and share their perception of the world with others.
Abeer is a Jordanian artist lives in UAE. She started drawing small sketches when she was a kid when used to go outdoors to play and grab a small pencil and small paper and draw a small things like a rose, a glass, a bottle of water. However, she did not take things seriously until she come Dubai where she started to take intensive courses and win Merit Awards for best paintings. And now she is developing her career as an artist and she is loving her job.
Hazar is an artist specializing in painting and art crafts with a Bachelor degree in Interior Design and a Master\'s degree in Fine Art. She has thaught in the most important schools in Abu Dhabi for all ages and held exhibitions, summer/spring cambs and workshops in art. She firmly believes that art is a freedom of mind, body and soul and she wants everyone to learn to think like an artist....meaning looking at things more closely than others do, finding beauty in everyday things and situations, feel free and express your self through your art
Asareh is a highly skilled multi-cultured artist and an experienced contemporary dance performer, originally from Tehran and now based in Dubai, UAE, who holds a BA in Interior Design from AUSTN, UAE. Asareh is inspired by the mysteries of daily life and how it engages our senses thus influencing the patterns, textures, and colors that we all see and feel each and every day. These influences are noted through the themes of her work, which have evolved over time, through her own creative processes and is Asareh’s comment on the fragility of human nature.