vividly colored

My piece is about the feelings of transience and change in reality that I experienced from a bipolar manic episode. Colors multiplied and restraints disappeared in that moment. The painting represents a moment in time that stopped but grew simultaneously. The painting style choice uses mixed brush strokes emerging into a new reality, representing flow and movement in time.

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Hana Kanee is a Saudi Marine Biology PhD student and a budding mixed media modern artist who uses mainly oil paint, sometimes with a twist of ink and gesso for added depth. She is primarily interested in expanding the limits of landscape and portrait paintings through mixing her media of choice to create surrealistic borderline-abstract representations. Color choice also plays a huge role in Hana‘s work.

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