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The Most Expensive Art Exhibit in Bahrain!

The Most Expensive Art Exhibit in Bahrain!

8 Jan, '084 Comments

Hameed Karimi, the Art connoisseur, originally uploaded by malyousif. My friend Hameed and I had the good fortune to attend an art exhibit by the world renowned artist Mohammed Omar Khalil at Al-Bareh gallery in Adliya last night. We both readily confess that we are not art connoisseurs, contrary to popular belief, but we like […]

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Decoupage hand-made spiritual boxes at Frankie’s

Decoupage hand-made spiritual boxes at Frankie’s

6 Dec, '073 Comments

Spiritual boxes at Frankie’s, originally uploaded by malyousif. Fantastic Décollage Decoupage hand-made spiritual boxes in at Frankie’s in the Najibi Cenre at the Saar roundabout. Today’s the last day. Proceeds from the sale will go toward helping a lady receive breast cancer treatment. It’s a good cause and you end up with a wonderful (and […]

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Hamad’s Cartoons

Hamad’s Cartoons

10 Sep, '070 Comments

You will probably agree with me when I say that if a picture is worth a thousand words, a video is worth a few hundred thousand then a cartoon surpasses all of that and through it you can deal with political and social situations that no paper (or blog!) would dare tackle. Hence, we find […]

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In memory of my father

In memory of my father

15 Jun, '0712 Comments

His memory is still very fresh in my mind. His sense of humour, his easy manner, his friendliness, his openness, his kindness, his love, his single mindedness, his art, his determination, his touch, his smile, his smell, his personality. Everything about him is still in my mind and I don’t think that will ever leave […]

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St Christopher’s School GCSE Art Exhibition 2007

St Christopher’s School GCSE Art Exhibition 2007

1 Jun, '079 Comments

St Christopher’s School GCSE Art Exhibition 2007, originally uploaded by malyousif. Panorama of one of the rooms used to display student’s artwork, some of which is very creative, others very daring and a few combine both facets. Well worth visiting, which is by appointment only for the next two weeks. You need to contact the […]

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