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Dalia Ali

Dalia Ali

Dalia Ali

3D exhibitions

  • Dalia Ali

    Available Palestine Paintings

    01 Apr 2022 – 01 Apr 2023

  • Dalia Ali

    I Dream of Jerusalem

    23 Aug 2020 – 30 Sep 2020

    As a Palestinian living in Diaspora, I grew up listening to stories told by my parents and grandparents about their lives in Palestine, their adventures as children in the neighborhood, the games they played in the orchards amongst the olive trees and the many fruit trees, the simplicity of their lives. I also feel the sadness and heart aches which are part of our collective story, but through my paintings I like to think of Palestine with positivity, hope and happiness. Mesmerized by the beautiful architectural elements of Jerusalem, the domes, minarets, steeples, doors and windows, I have formed an ongoing collection of paintings of Jerusalem, a city that is a symbol of all of Palestine, using different palette colors, textures, compositions, seasons and times of the day. I hope you enjoy this display of hope and happiness, of paintings old and new, some more detailed, some more abstract.

  • Dalia Ali

    Nostalgic Heart II

    21 Mar 2022 – 21 Mar 2023

    I have never traveled to Palestine, and trying to connect with my roots, I decided to travel to these cities through my art. This journey is my way of connecting with my identity, my heritage, my ancestors, it is my way of keeping the Palestinian story alive so that it can be carried on from generation to generation. When I paint, I tend to see many details that I might otherwise not notice, the colors of nature, of the buildings, of the sun’s reflection on the surfaces, the architecture of the place, the feel of the spaces, the topography of the land. I use photos of the cities as my source and examine the details and then paint what I see and feel, with as much or as little detail. I mainly use layers of acrylic paint on layers of textured and collaged background reflecting the layers of our history. I truly felt as if I was traveling. I was pleasantly surprised at the variety of breathtaking landscapes that exist in Palestine, ranging from the vast seashore cities, scenic lakes, dry desert towns, undulating hills, sharp mountains, lush greenery, urban landscapes, rural towns, religious spaces, rich marketplaces, aromatic orange and lemon orchards, and resistant olive trees. I learnt so much about my country and fell in love with it even more.

  • Dalia Ali

    The Mona Lisa Interpreted

    01 Aug 2022 – 01 Dec 2022

    About the Mona Lisa The Mona Lisa is a Renaissance oil painting by the Italian artist Leonardo Da Vinci painted in the years 1503-6. It has been described as "the best known, the most visited, the most written about, the most sung about, the most parodied work of art in the world"1. There is no one reason for the fame of the Mona Lisa, rather it is the result of many chance circumstances combined with the painting’s inherent appeal. 1. Lichfield, John (1 April 2005). "The Moving of the Mona Lisa". The Independent. London. Archived from the original on 9 November 2016.

    latest works

    • khawla Tafili

      Death of Mona Lisa
      150 x 122 x 1 cm (h x w x d)
      oil and mixed media on wood
    • Ahlam Abbas

      Quais
      160 x 140 x 1 cm (h x w x d)
      # Mixed media on canvas
    • Maha Abou Chacra

      Mona Lisa Lighthouse
      100 x 90 x 1 cm (h x w x d)
      Mixed media
    • Ahlam Abbas

      Mona Lisa
      160 x 140 x 1 cm (h x w x d)
    • Mona Lisa Intro
      h = 180 cm
    • Shereen Ouran

      Mona Lisa
      90 x 60 x 1 cm (h x w x d)
      # acrylic on canvas
    • Lubna Lahham

      Mona Lisa
      30 x 30 x 1 cm (h x w x d)
      # Oil painting
    • Nicole Karam

      Da Vinci's Hug
      100 x 80 x 1 cm (h x w x d)
      # acrylic on canvas
    • Rula Nashaat

      Memory
      40 x 30 x 0.5 cm (h x w x d)
      acrylic on paper
    • Maryam Ahmed

      Miss M-Lisa
      h = 60, d = 1 cm
      digital art
    • Ramia Mahood

      Mona-Lisa Spirit of dialogue
      60 x 50 x 1 cm (h x w x d)
      # Acrylic # canvas
    • Mohamed Mahmoud Hussein

      Mona Lisa with Burqa
      150 x 150 x 1 cm (h x w x d)
      # acrylic on canvas
    • Deema Marwan Alomar

      The Mona Lisa
      42 x 30 x 0.5 cm (h x w x d)
    • Hawra Fradi

      Mona Lisa in the Middle East
      15 x 15 x 0.5 inch (h x w x d)
      digital art
    • Blue Jerusalem
      42 x 70 x 1 cm (h x w x d)
      Print
      USD 130
    • Olive Trees don’t Cry II
      150 x 150 x 1.5 cm (h x w x d)
      Acrylic on mixed media on canvas
      USD 2115
    • Yafa Tapestry
      56 x 76 x 2 cm (h x w x d)
      Acrylic on mixed media on canvas
      USD 665
    • Once Upon a Time: Hittin II
      64 x 84 x 1.5 cm (h x w x d)
      Acrylic on mixed media on canvas
      USD 775
    • Once Upon a Time: Hittin III
      64 x 84 x 2 cm (h x w x d)
      Acrylic on mixed media on canvas
      USD 775
    • City of Acceptance
      54 x 75 x 1.5 cm (h x w x d)
      Oil on canvas