Our Artists

Ahmad Saeed AlAreef AlDhaheri

Worked on Henna Pouch & Marbles box

My Name is Ahmad Saeed AlAreef AlDhaheri and I am a left-handed Bedouin Emirati artist. born in 1988 behind the orange seas of Al Ain Oasis and raised between two cities Abu Dhabi and Al Ain. Recently graduated from the American University of Sharjah from the college of Art and Science majoring in Advertising. Living most of my life between Abu Dhabi, Dubai, and Al Ain, my way of approaching art comes from a place of tradition and heritage as well as contemporary notions.

Dana Al Mazrouei

Worked on Meylas Postcards

Dana Al Mazrouei’s interest began at Latifa School for Girls, where she received a GCSE and AS Level in Art, later graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Design. Al Mazrouei was awarded a Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Scholarship to undertake a Master’s Degree in Art History and Museum Studies at Sorbonne University and internship at the Louvre Paris.

Al Mazrouei’s talents evolved throughout her studies, during which time she was exposed to different cultures during her travel around the world. Her work has been showcased in numerous public venues in the UAE, including Harvey Nichols, Bloomingdales, Bastakiya, Emirates Palace and Art Abu Dhabi. She was selected to paint the 89th level of the world’s tallest tower, Burj Khalifa, as well as one of the five life-size F1 replica cars during the Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. In 2011 Dana’s has been commissioned to design the cover of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid poetry book titled “40 years Poems from the Desert”. In 2012, Al Mazrouei was selected in a touring exhibition, part of the “Art for All” initiative by The Sheikha Salama bin Hamdan Al Nahayan Foundation. In 2013, her artwork has been featured in a publication titled “25 years of Arab Creativity”, and has been showcased in Sotheby’s London in an exhibition titled “Three Generations”.

Maryam Shaya Al Hamed

Worked On Some Furniture Design

Maryam Shaya Al Hamed was born on March 1, 1992 in Abu Dhabi, the youngest of five children.
Maryam attended Al Rabeeh Junior School where she enjoyed art activities and won several prizes. She then moved on to Al Shohub School for girls where she continued her education and focused more on art studies to IGCSE and A Level. In 2010 she was accepted into Zayed University to study Visual arts.
She has exhibited her work in Abu Dhabi and Dubai, as well as internationally; Al Funoon Gallery, Sikka Art fair and Lessedra World Art Annual Exhibition in Bulgaria.
Maryam plans of opening her own gallery, incorporating both her passions for photography and painting.

Najla Al Hajeri

Worked On Some Bags Designs

Emirate visual artist born in Abu Dhabi, UAE. Her work has shown different forms and stages, often views personal experience. Through a varity of media’s use¬¬d her thoughts and ideas are expressed, including painting, sketching, printmaking, mixed media installation, and photography. Intrigued by the culture and personal experience, Al Hajeri explores the emotions that represent the unspoken words through creating creative conceptual art work.

Al Hajeri’s work has been exhibited both locally and internationally. She has exhibited in many exhibitions at Zayed University, Art Hub, Abu Dhabi, The Bastakiya Art fair, Dubai, and an exhibition taking place in Venice Biennale.