Type of Document Master's Thesis Author Hasan, Salima Mohammed Author's Email Address email@example.com URN etd-04272012-103715 Title Permitted Memories and Ornamentation Degree Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.) Department Art Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Celentano, Denyce Committee Chair Barr, Courtney Committee Member Dean, Paul Committee Member Frederick, Ortner Committee Member Kelli , Scott Kelley Committee Member Malveto, John Committee Member Keywords
- Arabic design
Date of Defense 2012-04-19 Availability unrestricted AbstractHasan, Salima, B.F.A, University of South Alabama, 2009.
Master of fine Art, spring commencement, 2012.
Major: Studio Art, painting and drawing.
Permitted Memories and Ornamentation.
Thesis directed by professor Denyce Celentano.
Pages in thesis, 18, word in abstract, 116.
My thesis project is a collection of paintings and drawings that juxtapose iconic Islamic ornamentation with portraits of members of my family, both living and dead. The creation of images of living beings, particularly people, has long been banned in Islam and, as a result, the faces of my loved ones have long lived only in my memory. For my sake and theirs, I have liberated them onto the canvas, combining them with the intricate patterns of my youth. In doing so, I drew upon influences from renowned portrait painters such as Rembrandt, Lucian Freud, and Celia Paul. The result is both immediate and nostalgic, abstract and concrete: a combination uncommon in Islamic art.
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