… the walls of my memory divides the thorns from the roses; it’s you and the roses” – Afterglow, INXS The hardest thing I had to paint is this self-portrait. It didn’t take me that long to finish it. But … Continue reading “Bathed in Blue,
The title is a line from the song “Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head” by B. J. Thomas This shows exactly how much I am slacking on learning & practicing new techniques. I usually watch videos and clips of paintings, … Continue reading “The blues they send to meet me Won’t defeat me”
Introduction: For so many years, the use of student’s native language was frowned up by many linguists and teachers. A new approach in teaching EFL emerged in the Saudi pedagogical context where teachers and learners have started to use Arabic … Continue reading Teachers and Learners’ Attitudes towards the Use of Arabic in EFL Classrooms in Saudi Arabia
The title is a line from the song “Down by the Seaside” by Led Zeppelin I am still experimenting with colors other than blues and greens. Obviously I am still greatly attached to the shades of blue. It’s just so … Continue reading “& show your love for Lady Nature & she will come back again”
Here’s a recap of last Saturday! Days ago, I received an invitation on Instagram from the awesome Julia O Test to attend her pop-up photography event in Potrero Hill. I signed up not knowing what to expect. The … Continue reading A Day in Potrero Hill
The above painting was painted in September of 2015. It represents the male-dominant society in Saudi Arabia. It’s upside down for the symbolism. (that I would love for you to share with me) Before you read, put in mind that this … Continue reading To Saudi Arabia with Love …
Side note: the following is my own experience and opinion. You are NOT obliged to embrace it! Thankfully, I am very comfortable with the way my natural face looks like. I don’t feel ashamed when I go out bare face, … Continue reading Gotta stop self-bullying!