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SELVA showcases “Underwater” by Wafa El Hilali

A unique art exhibition from artist Wafa El Hilali

Selva, the leading Italian interior design and furnishing retailer collaborates with renowned artist Wafa El Hilali to showcase her abstract painting collection “Underwater”in their Sheikh Zayed Road showroom this month.

“Underwater”is a collection of painting that is thriving to explore a world that is full of symbolism. Each piece is unique and aims to take you through a world of wonders and profoundness.

“U n d e r w a t e r ”A r t E x h i b i t i o n Artist: Wafa El Hilali

Location: Within Selva ME, Exit 46, Sheikh Zayed Road Dates: 6th December (for a duration of 1month)

For more information about Wafa El Hilali, please contact her directly: Mobile:+97150 459 7425
Email: wafa.elhilali.art@gmail.com
Website: www.wellerie.com

About Wafa

Wafa El Hilali is a French-Moroccan Artist. She was born in the Champagne Ardennes region of France, where she lived until the age of 21 before moving to London. She has built up a body of her own work over a 10 year period while working in London and Dubai. Throughout this period, she has maintained her passion for travel and creativity. Her work is informed by personal reflections and experiences from an array of places and situations.

Wafa primarily uses acrylics to create original abstract paintings full of movement and spontaneity. She is inspired by both people and nature, emotions and music; using colours to take you back to the essence of life with the four elements “Earth, Water, Air & Fire” transcending through her creations.

She chooses to often accompany her artworks with abstract poetry. Words and colours are both ways of expressions that Wafa uses and combines to invite the minds to travel, tell stories to the world and  welcome people into her own.

The Award winning Artist has participated in various group exhibitions in the Middle East where she recently inaugurated her first solo event. Her artworks can now be found in private collections in Dubai and displayed in several art shows in the region.