Interview with artist Rasha Eleyan

Artist: Rasha Eleyan

How does Singapore as an ‘environment’ serve as an inspiration for you in your art on voices of fragile women?

195th Member (Zaghrouta)”, acrylic on canvas, 2012

Do you consider Palestinian culture to be vastly different than those in South-East Asia? How do you reflect that in your art?

Left: “The Gardens of Death”, acrylic and oil on canvas, 2011; Right: “My Lucky Dragon”, acrylic on canvas, 2014

What has your past working experience at Disney influenced on your art, towards the line of pop art and photo realistic genre?

Which example would you give as your favourite art piece using watercolour?

What is the most important step in the planning that goes into your art work? Why is it important in your personal opinion?

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Our aim at Addicted Art Gallery is to connect you to art in a friendly, posh-less, non-highbrow kind of way. Check out our portfolio at www.addictedgallery.com

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