Lina Amin

(Egyptian, b. 1974) has been passionate about drawing since she was a child. She studied media in the Faculty of Mass Communication because that is what her parents preferred although she wanted to study art. She learned painting by experimenting, learning from her art student friends and taking courses at the Russian Institute. Through her dedicated practice and commitment to painting two hours a day, she evolved from a hobbyist to a professional artist. Amin was encouraged to participate in exhibitions when she started to notice interest from her friends and family in her work. Her preferred medium is oil painting but she also uses other materials like pastels. Each artwork expresses a part of her personal life; “Sensation and movement are added to my paintings because most of my sources are just a picture or things I saw it, so if I did not depict it from my own art perspective and painted it as it is, it would be like a photograph rather than an art," Lina said. Her most beautiful paintings portray her relatives or the people she is close to as she manages to capture their spirit. Lina’s first exhibition was a collaboration with two other artists. She went on to have two solo exhibitions, “Pulse of Life” in January 2018 and in Gallery Picasso East on the 15th of September 2018 “The Struggle.”

Lina-Amin

Lina Amin

Lina-Amin

(Egyptian, b. 1974) has been passionate about drawing since she was a child. She studied media in the Faculty of Mass Communication because that is what her parents preferred although she wanted to study art. She learned painting by experimenting, learning from her art student friends and taking courses at the Russian Institute. Through her dedicated practice and commitment to painting two hours a day, she evolved from a hobbyist to a professional artist. Amin was encouraged to participate in exhibitions when she started to notice interest from her friends and family in her work. Her preferred medium is oil painting but she also uses other materials like pastels. Each artwork expresses a part of her personal life; “Sensation and movement are added to my paintings because most of my sources are just a picture or things I saw it, so if I did not depict it from my own art perspective and painted it as it is, it would be like a photograph rather than an art," Lina said. Her most beautiful paintings portray her relatives or the people she is close to as she manages to capture their spirit. Lina’s first exhibition was a collaboration with two other artists. She went on to have two solo exhibitions, “Pulse of Life” in January 2018 and in Gallery Picasso East on the 15th of September 2018 “The Struggle.”

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PE3228
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PE3227
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PE1666
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PE1665
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259$
PE1664
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PE1663
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226$
PE1662
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226$
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