art by sandra fadayel
SERIES II | TRIBAL TEAR
$ 55.00 – $ 355.00
This piece is an abstract composition of various studies of amulets that were popular in the world of Arabian Bedouin jewellery of the early 1900’s. Thought to give protection over evil, danger, and disease, they featured names of angels, as well as words and numbers from prayers in the Bible and Quran. The colour blue appears often and signified protection.
This is a limited edition print of an original painting I created using mixed media (acrylics, India ink, and pastels) on archival paper. The original piece was featured at an international art show in Lake Como, Italy, in June 2018.
Edition Size: 50
>>> 30% of sales of all artworks within this collection to The Shirin Fund, a program run by the Welfare Association, UK, that assists Palestinian children with special needs who require medical or surgical procedures but whose families are not able to afford the costs of hospitalisation. You can learn more about this fund or donate directly here.
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