Rafah Abdulrazzak actively challenges herself to improve her art and loves to experiment with contemporary techniques. She has produced various artworks throughout her life consisting of drawing, embroidery, oil painting, acrylic, charcoal, graphite and watercolours, to name a few.
“Oil painting is my favourite medium,” the artist says, “as it makes me feel free and alive”. She has drawn famous, old Syrian locations such as the Norias (waterwheels) of Hama, the Aleppo castle and the city ruins of Palmyra.
Gradually she began drawing still life, animals, nature and portraits. Then advanced to charcoal portraits, inspired to capture the innocence and joy seen in children from different countries. She is constantly developing her skills in workshops to become the best that she could be.
She is the owner of a Mother – Daughter run business “Reem Gallery” in Al Barsha 1, where art workshops are conducted for people of all ages and all talents.