Exhibition: Suheil Baddor, February 2010
Syrian artist Suheil Baddor has dedicated his art in search of man’s manifestations in everyday life and in emotions. The woman lies at the very core of his art, becoming an aesthetic and human legend residing in his mind and his memory. She appears in his artwork as a supreme spirit glorified in her immortality. She is a reflection of the soil, in her abundance, in her growth, in her kindness and passion, and as the loving mother.
In his most recent work, Baddor paints the woman as one with music. She is presented in images that display the splendor of musical instruments, such as the violins and strings, leading to almost musical tones through the softness and suppleness of the lines.